We have just returned home from a week away in Cornwall. on our way to Cornwall we stopped off at Lydford Gorge, a National Trust property. This lovely valley had amazing rock formations which were carved out by the River Lyd over the last 10,000 years! The woodland walk was really enjoyable and we had a really lovely time indeed. It was the perfect place to take a break from the driving.
The paths were generally well laid out and pretty easy walking. There were lovely trickling streams, charming vegetation and it was the perfect place to take a meander. We had a bite to eat and then walked it off!
Carrying Stanley down the steps to save his young legs from strain.
It seems that the strange habit of putting coins into old tree stumps has hit here as well. I don't think I have ever seen this in any other country.
The 30 metre high 'Whitelady Waterfall'.
Devils Cauldron and Tucker's pool.
This was pretty amazing in here, you could certainly let you imagination run away with you.
What a perfect place to stop and take a break on our trip down to Cornwall. We were first told about this place while in Cornwall a few years ago by a couple we met and chatted to. So glad we finally got to visit here.