Bodmin Moor (British topographical series)
12 walks, ranging from 6-8 km (4-5 miles) in length. All but one are circular, and take in the most interesting antiquities and industrial sites of the Moor as well as its dramatic scenery.
This OS Explorer Map Sheet 109 covering Bodmin Moor is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts. Many Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) are covered on this map Sheet 109 such as Cornwall. Some of the National Trails and Recreational Paths listed on map sheet 109 are Camel Trail, Camelford Way, Inny-Valleys Walk, Moorland Walk, Sains' Way and the famnous South West Coast Path.
The essential map for outdoor activities in Bodmin Moor. The OS Explorer Map is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed folding map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities including walking, horse riding and off-road cycling. This map now comes with a digital version which you can download to your smartphone or tablet.Providing complete GB coverage, the OS Explorer map series details information essential in the great outdoors, including youth hostels, pubs and visitor information.
Bodmin Moor OL109 OS Explorer map is ideal for planning a trip to Bodmin Moor and the areas in and around Camelford and Liskeard. Bodmin Moor is dominated by granite tors and the open plateau is great for active adventures. Highlights of the area include: - Bodmin and Wenford railways - Colliford Lake - Camelford - Moorland Walk Features: 1:25,000 scale 4cm to 1km (2 inches to 1 mile) scale.
Year-by-year encroachment in the 20th century for cultivation or tree-planting provided the stimulus for the most extensive survey ever undertaken of the archaeological monuments of Bodmin Moor, a previously little-disturbed landscape rich in surviving structural evidence of the many ways, from the Bronze Age to the post-medieval period, in which people settled and exploited the Moor and its surroundings.