Walking in and around Looe
Lots of walks and information can be found at: http://www.walkingincornwall.info/looe.php
Below we have some information on the walking festival and guided walks around Looe Island:
South East Cornwall Walking Festival: 8th – 15th September 2018
Long running Cornish Walking Festival with award winning guides.
In 2018 the South East Cornwall Walking Festival will reach adulthood... which means when we go to the Duloe Beer and Cider Fest on September 15th, we can have a drink!
Sat 8th: Looe Island Walk & Talk (sorry, fully booked)
Sun 9th: Liskeard to Looe Walk. Meet Liskeard Station (main entrance) 10.30am. Walk is 11 miles and takes around 6 hours. Please bring refreshments. At the end of walk journey back to Liskeard via train or bus.
Sun 9th: Mt Edgcumbe Country Park Walk. Organised by the Ramblers.
Mon 10th: Antony Passage Walk. Organised by Saltash Walk & Talk Group.
Tues 11th: TBC
Wed 12th: West of Fowey Walk. Organised by the Ramblers.
Wed 12th: Artists of Polperro Talk. Festival organiser Mark Camp will be giving a talk about the history artists in Polperro. Starts at 7.30pm Pelynt Village Hall nr Looe.
Thurs 13th: Polruan Village Walk. Meet Polruan Quay.
Thurs 13th: Unlocked Liskeard Walk. Discover the history of Liskeard as part of Heritage Open days.
Fri 14th: Liskeard Geology Walk. A different way at looking at a towns buildings.
Sat 15th: Duloe Ale & Cider Fest Walk. Celebrate the 18th birthday of the walking festival with a shortish walk through the Looe Valley to the ale fest. Catch train from Looe at 10.20am.
Sun 16th: Drangways of Liskeard Walk. Explore the 'alternative Liskeard Heritage trail'.
Guided Walks on Looe Island
Join the island’s wardens for a fascinating walk around the nature reserve. These unique, pre-bookable trips are available on:
Sunday 23rd September; Sunday 7th October
In addition to this we also have other speciality guided walks :
Saturday 8th September : History of Looe Island Guided Walk with Mark Camp
Each visit starts with the fun of a boat trip from Looe’s bustling fishing harbour. Once landed on the island you will have 3 hours to be introduced to the fascinating nature and history of Looe Island. You will find out how the Atkins sisters bequeathed the island to the Cornwall Wildlife Trust and discover how work continues to keep the island special. After the escorted tour you will have time to independently explore the island or join your guide for a slide show in Jetty Cottage.
Places cost £25. Times and online booking (sorry, we aren’t able to offer telephone/postal bookings) are available at: