Cornwall is in South West England. It is a peninsula bounded seaward by the English Channel and the Atlantic Ocean and landward by Devon. It ends in the West with the rugged cape of the infamous Land’s End, Englands most Southerly point. The region is a low-lying plateau, rising to its greatest height at the intriguingly named, Brown Willy (1,375 ft/419 m) in Bodmin Moor. The main rivers are the Tamar, which forms most of the border with Devon, the Fowey, the Fal, and the Camel.