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There is something very pleasant about wandering over the moors in the fog. Admittedly now, as I type this, I’m suffering from chronic leg-failure, and I’m very glad to be sitting at my desk, not wandering about the moors still! However, it’s a very special place, made more so by these signs of our ancestors’ efforts. This site is at the top of the peat-cutters’ track, an ancient pathway that leads from South Zeal, round the edge of Cawsand, and on to Round Tor. Well worth a visit, but you do need waterproofs. And a compass, as mentioned above.

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