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Round Barrow(s)

Whipsiderry (Round Barrow(s)) by thesweetcheat Did I mention the cliffs?
thesweetcheat Image Credit: A. Brookes (16.6.2015)
Posted by thesweetcheat
6th July 2015ce
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Comments (2)

I thought for a second or two that this was on the Welsh coast path.

Not going Ireland now,
Quick Cornish type question,
Can you get to Porth Hellick down, Innisidgen, Bants Carn then back down to that burial chamber overlooking Porthcressa beach by bike and back to the ferry in slightly less than four hours, not very long is it, what are they hiding?
postman Posted by postman
7th July 2015ce
Good innit? Carl was right to be impressed.

Yes, you can I would think. The first time we went over, we went to Mount Flagon (Harrys Walls) menhir, Bants Carn, Long Rock menhir, the two Innisidgen tombs, the Great Tomb on Porth Hellick and finished off at Buzza Hill before getting an icecream in time for the ferry. That was on foot - Porthcressa is further and I think you'd struggle to get there as well on foot, but with bikes you might do it (although the coast path is narrow). There's not much traffic on the "main roads" though.

You need to be ready to get off the ferry in good time or you'll be stuck below decks behind a lot of dithering and lose half an hour if you're not careful.
thesweetcheat Posted by thesweetcheat
7th July 2015ce
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