Golitha Falls, Bodmin Moor.
Golitha Falls refers to an area of ancient woodlands that sit alongside the river Fowey as it cascades it’s way through a steep valley gorge. The scenery here is beautiful at any time of the year, but the falls are best appreciated after a bout of rain - we had more than a 'bout' of rain that morning!
The Falls are now managed by English Nature and although they have a ’hands-off’ approach, there is evidence of coppicing which reflect previous uses of the wood. There is also evidence of a more industrial past as there are several large stonework structures down-stream.
My thanks as always for your time, your thoughts/comments are very welcome.
Regards - Sarah J x
Regards - Sarah
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