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Chapel Carn Brea, Camborne

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Chapel Carn Brea is an elevated Hercynian granite outcrop, owned by the National Trust at the southern edge of the civil parish of St Just, Cornwall, England, United Kingdom. The hill is south of St Just and east of Sennen Cove, and just to the north of the A30 London to Land's End road, which runs through the village of Crows-an-Wra. It should not be confused with another Carn Brea, the hill overlooking the Camborne–Redruth area.
Chapel Carn Brea is often described as the first hill in Cornwall (from a westerly perspective) and rises above sea level.
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  • We took our children, expecting a hard climb, but it’s actually very easy and quite short. Once at the top there are some great views 360 degrees. There were lots of pony’s on the hill which were frie...  more »
  • Excellent viewing point with commanding views of Lands End, St Michael's Mount and the surrounding area. Well worth the short climb to take in the panoramic and stunning view.  more »
  • I love this place. Magical and mysterious. A great place for dog walking.
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