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Golitha Falls
England

Golitha Falls are a set of waterfalls on the River Fowey located to the south of Bodmin Moor. There is a 1-3-mile (4.8 km) riverside walk, from the visitor car park. Wear stout boots - the walk can be quite muddy and slippery.


The name is pronounced Goleetha, derived from the word for obstruction in Cornish.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/River_Fowey#Golitha_Falls

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