St Ives

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Woodywmb
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Postby Woodywmb » Mon Jun 25, 2007 23:13 pm

Look for an area called Ayr at the top of the Digey. Half a mile on towards the rugby club you'll find Burthallan Lane on the right. This is the portal to myriad paths that run through fields en route to the rocky headland that is Clodgy Point. Very hilly but St Ives is a diffeent world from anywhere else in the UK. You won't want to go home.


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clockworkwar
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Postby clockworkwar » Tue Jun 26, 2007 10:45 am

Ive been to st-ives since I was about 1 lol... its a great place, very hilly and remote, but it is prob worth it :)

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