The Hurlers is a group of three stone circles in the civil parish of St Cleer, Cornwall. This is a fanastatic place for a walk around the Moor. The name The Hurlers derives from morally-loaded folk tale of people petrified for failing to observe the Lord’s Day, in this case local men playing the Celtic sport of hurling.
The car park is very conveniently located for exploring the whole area. The Hurlers, Cheesewring, Caradon hill, Gold diggings quarry are all within a half hours walk of each other, this makes for an excellent couple of hours walk around the Moor area.
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