Delford (Delphi) Bridge
Delphi Bridge and the surrounding area provides a lovely moorland walk along the De Lank River. You are likely to see some beautiful moorland ponies as well as other wildlife such as birds and fish. Make sure you keep your four legged friends on leads so as to respect the wonderful countryside ecosystem.
Delphi Bridge is within walking distance of St Breward. To turn this picturesque dog walk into a dog friendly day out, you could park at The Old Inn and walk from there to Delphi (following the path on google maps). On your way to Delphi, you will encounter Hallagenna Riding Stables where you could enjoy family horse riding lessons. If this doesn’t appeal to you, no worries! Bodmin moor is just as beautiful on foot as it is on a horse. Once you get to Delphi Bridge, take a moment to appreciate the beautiful landscapes and wildlife, maybe even take a pair of binoculars if wildlife watching is something you particularly enjoy.
King Arthur’s Hall
Extend your walk further by visiting King Arthur’s Hall whilst you are nearby. This historic landmark is the remains of a neolithic structure. You will encounter many remains like this when walking across Bodmin Moor. There is a lot that is unknown about the original use for the area, although its name stems from a document dated 1954 which suggested that King Arthur frequented the site. If you have an interest in Arthurian legend, or simply enjoy a good neolithic structure, then you cannot visit Cornwall without seeing King Arthur’s Hall.
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