Tehidy Woods, View Of A Lake
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Tehidy Woods, View Of A Lake

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This panorama was taken in Tehidy Woods, near Camborne. Tehidy Woods is a beautiful country park of around 250 acres, including about 9 miles of nature trails.

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A: Tehidy Woods

di Johnny Pope, 470 metri di distanza

Tehidy is the largest area of woodland in West Cornwall. This is a panorama taken in the middle of th...

Tehidy Woods

B: A little Stream in Tehidy Woods

di Johnny Pope, 650 metri di distanza

This panorama was taken in Tehidy Woods near Camborne.  This is a little stream that follows one of t...

A little Stream in Tehidy Woods

C: Bridle track down from the Carn - Camborne

di Johnny Pope, 3.9 km di distanza

This is a bridle track that can get very overgrown in summer but has a magical feel about it.  The tr...

Bridle track down from the Carn - Camborne

D: Carn Brea Monument Panorama

di Mark Vanstone, 4.3 km di distanza

Carn Brea is a granite tor in mid-Cornwall, overlooking the former mining areas of Camborne and Redru...

Carn Brea Monument Panorama

E: Carn Brea Geologists Panorama

di Mark Vanstone, 4.3 km di distanza

Carn Brea is a granite tor between Redruth and Camborne in the heart of Cornwall, England. Located at...

Carn Brea Geologists Panorama

F: Carn Brea Monument

di Mark Vanstone, 4.3 km di distanza

Carn Brea is a granite tor between Redruth and Camborne in mid Cornwall, UK. At the highest point of ...

Carn Brea Monument

G: Carn Brea Geologists

di Mark Vanstone, 4.4 km di distanza

Carn Brea is a granite tor located between Redruth and Camborne, in Cornwall, England. The tor is a g...

Carn Brea Geologists

H: 360 Panoramas Carn Brea in Cornwall

di Roy Cruse, 4.4 km di distanza

The Bassett Monument on Carn Brea nr Redruth in Cornwall, UK

360 Panoramas Carn Brea in Cornwall

I: Carn Brea Castle

di Mark Vanstone, 4.5 km di distanza

Carn Brea is a granite tor between Redruth and Camborne in Cornwall, UK. Near the eastern end of the ...

Carn Brea Castle

J: Godrevy

di maxdoble, 6.7 km di distanza

A view from the cliff top towards Godrevy lighthouse taken in April on a cloudy evening.

Godrevy

Questo panorama è stato scattato in England, Europe

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Text by Steve Smith.

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