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Pyramid Stone

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<b>Pyramid Stone</b>Posted by Mr HamheadImage © Mr Hamhead
Nearest Town:Liskeard (10km S)
OS Ref (GB):   SX252753 / Sheet: 201
Latitude:50° 33' 2.4" N
Longitude:   4° 28' 3.85" W

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Found upslope of the Twelve Men's cairn this wonderful lump sits proud on its base just as if someone had sited it there. Mr Hamhead Posted by Mr Hamhead
20th April 2008ce

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Directions to Pyramid Stone

From N: The B3254 heads S off the A30 at Launceton. Take the first left for B3254 St Petherwin at the first roundabout. Stay on the B3254 for c. 7 miles. Cross the Lynher river into Berriow Bridge. There is an unsigned dead-end lane turning R at the end of the narrow bridge . Follow this track uphill for c. 1.25 miles to reach a Car Park at a cattle grid at the end of the public road.

From S: From A38 take the A390 Liskeard exit. Follow All Routes B3254 into Liskeard. The B3254 becomes Pound St. Take the second exit R for All other routes at the roundabout, avoiding the Town Centre. Take the first L for B3254 Pensilva/St Cleer at the double roundabout. Follow the B3254 for c. 8 miles to reach Berriow Bridge. At the N end of Berriow Bridge there is an unsigned dead-end lane turning L just before the narrow bridge over the Lynher River. Follow this track uphill for c. 1.25 miles to reach a Car Park at a cattle grid at the end of the public road.

Twelve Men’s Moor starts here. There are many sites to be explored from here: They include Cairns, a Cist, the Pyramid Stone and a Settlement on Twelve Men’s Moor, an unusual Stone Row on Hawk’s Tor Summit and Arthur’s Bed on Trewortha Tor, all in a square kilometre.
Posted by markj99
12th April 2021ce
Edited 12th April 2021ce