Bodmin Moor, North, North Coast
Dramatic granite tors rise from the rolling moorland.
The best known are Brown Willy, the highest point in Cornwall at 417m, and Rough Tor at 400m. To the south-east Kilmar Tor and Caradon Hill are the most prominent hills. These natural features make Bodmin Moor a great location for walkers.
The Moor contains about 500 holdings with around 10,000 beef cows, 55,000 sheep and 1,000 horses and ponies. Most of the moor is a Site of Special Scientific Interest, and has been officially designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.