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High Cliffs - Treen Cornwall photos
High Cliffs
Views are Worth the Effort - Treen Cornwall photos
Views are Worth the Effort
Amazing Cliff Top View - Treen Cornwall photos
Amazing Cliff Top View
Difficult to Access Beach - Treen Cornwall photos
Difficult to Access Beach
Rugged Cliffs - Treen Cornwall photos
Rugged Cliffs
Granite and Sea - Treen Cornwall photos
Granite and Sea
View from the Cliff Path - Treen Cornwall photos
View from the Cliff Path
Sumer Scene - Treen Cornwall photos
Sumer Scene
Treen Cliffs and Turquoise Sea - Treen Cornwall photos
Treen Cliffs and Turquoise Sea
Granite Outcrops at Treen - Treen Cornwall photos
Granite Outcrops at Treen
Turquoise Sea - Treen Cornwall photos
Turquoise Sea
Natures Glory on the Cliffs - Treen Cornwall photos
Natures Glory on the Cliffs
Treen Cliffs On A Cold Morning - Treen Cornwall photos
Treen Cliffs On A Cold Morning
Pednvounder Beach - Treen Cornwall photos
Pednvounder Beach
Logans Rock Sunsrise - Treen Cornwall photos
Logans Rock Sunsrise
Treen Cliffs - Treen Cornwall photos
Treen Cliffs
Before Dawn - Treen Cornwall photos
Before Dawn
Treen Cliffs - Treen Cornwall photos
Treen Cliffs
Breaking Waves - Treen Cornwall photos
Breaking Waves
Treen Cliffs - Treen Cornwall photos
Treen Cliffs

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About Treen Cornwall.

Treen is located about three and half miles from Land`s End It is accessed from an unclassified off the B3315..The stunning views have been featured in a great many photograph the rugged and wild Treen cliffs are also very popular with walkers, ramblers and even bird watchers.
Treen is t the nearest point of access to the famous Logan Rock the Horace promontory and Pednvounder Beach, Treen village which remains relatively unspoilt it has a shop/cafe, public telephone, public toilets plus the Logan Rock Inn. There is car parking for roughly 50 cars. At the Horace promontory there are the remains of an Iron Age Fort. The Logan Rock is a 65 tonne rocking boulder which was reportedly displaced by Lieutenant Goldsmith and a group of sailors in 1824. but the Admiralty insisted that he replace the Rock at his own expense. Pednvounder Beach is almost covered at high tide so it is important to choose a day when low water occurs round mid-day. The descent to the beach follows a well worn path down a steep gradient and there is an awkward little climb down at the end.
Lovers of the wild Cornish coastline will not be disappointed after a visit to Treen, the views and the coastal walks are amazing.

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