Our stream matures into a river and then eventually an estuary on its journey to the sea at Padstow. In its old age it reaches the "Doom Bar" - more tragedy historically there
Ignore history and enjoy all the beauty and opportunities which the Camel offers ...
In 1834 150,000 cu.ft. of Granite was transported from the De Lank quarry near Wenford by train to Wadebridge where it was shipped to London and used to build Blackfriars Bridge
If you travel upstream from Poley's Bridge you can reach Camelford by footpath. From Tresarrett you can take the hill up to Blisland and then out onto the expanses of Bodmin Moor, different scenery, flora and fauna
|The Tresarrett Tea Gardens are right by the trail close to Tresarrett Bridge|