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It will be of no surprise to you that I am completely in love with Bodmin Moor, living only 10 minutes away, there isn't a day that goes by that I don't look out onto its sheer beauty or feel its changeable weather!!! Given a chance, I would be there in a heartbeat, even on the most dismal of days the moor has a moody, enticing atmosphere that draws you back time after time.

Bodmin Moor is the largest area of outstanding natural beauty in Cornwall at nearly 200 square kilometres. The land itself lies at the comparatively low height of 200 metres, rising to 400 at Rough Tor and 420 metres at Brown Willy (the highest point). It is one of the warmest and wettest uplands in Britain making its landscape both varied and unique. For the most, the moorland is a large expanse of grassland and heather grazed by sheep, cattle and ponies. The level of grazing means the grass moorland maintains a purple moor, while the heather is restricted to limited areas. The different types of moorland...

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