A perfect amble around historical landmarks. Hurlers three stone circles are set in a wide expanse of open moor. Together with Stowes Hill and Long Tom, this makes a decent dog walk on the flat.
There are both sheep as well as cows grazing and so it is not suitable for off-lead walking. Toilets are to one side of Hurlers Halt. Both Hurlers Halt and The Cheesewring pub have outside dinning where pets are welcome. Hurlers Halt does an excellent afternoon tea plus ice creams.
|Pub or Cafe Address||
Minions, Liskeard PL14 5LE
For seasonal opening hours and food service times please check their website
For Hurlers three stone circles follow the signed dirt path from the car park or make your own way across the grassy moor. It really is that easy to find. Once you have walked through the third circle, Stowes Hill a.k.a. The Cheesewring PL14 5AT rises in the distance. This is a long granite ridge with manmade rock formations. It is quite steep to climb but even if you do not fancy scaling the rocks, they make a brilliant photo opportunity so please investigate.
Walk back toward the tarmac road, then away from the village of Minions to see Long Tom, a.k.a The Long Stone, an historical landmark.
Returning to Minions, afternoon tea at the Hurlers Halt (ADS) is recommend. Alternatively, stop at the Cheesewring pub for a revitalising pint.
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Edited: 1st May 2021. The details of this listing may have changed, and though the Driving with Dogs team do our best to confirm the accuracy of every listing, we cannot guarantee that the details are fully up to date and accurate. If you know that any aspect of this listing is incorrect, please suggest an edit to let us know.