Looe Valley Walking Festival 2008

Looe Valley Walking Festival 2008 is run and organised my Mark Camp, a qualified Blue Badge Guide, who has lived in the Looe area for over 30 years. The festival consists of five days of walking in and around the Looe valley, including walks on Bodmin Moor, the South West Coast Path and a pub crawl around Looe itself!

First of all – our apologies to Mark and all concerned. We met the other day in the TIC and I mentioned I would add this to ilovelooe but time has flown by and we’ve all but missed the whole event! Sorry Mark.

According to the literature about the walks and the walkaboutwest website, there have been a number of interesting and intoxicating walks in and around Looe. The one I really wanted to go on was the Historic Pub Crawl! Perhaps you can run this one again for all of us who missed it.

Anyway, below is a list of the walks that were held this year. Let’s hope we can get our act together to get to some of them in 2009!

Wildlife of the Valleys

Length of walk. 5 miles

Historical Pub Crawl

Length could take it’s own course (only joking – ed.)

The End of the Line

Length of walk. 6 miles, bring a packed lunch and drink

A Different Valley, a Different Coastline

Length of walk. 6 miles, bring a packed lunch and drink.

The Hills and Holes of Herodsfoot

Length approx 6 miles, bring a packed lunch and drink.

Cross County, Circles and Cider

Length 5 miles, bring a packed lunch and drink.

All walks cost £4 per person.

For further information telephone 01503 273060 or 01503 262072

Website: www.walkaboutwest.freeserve.co.uk

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Cornwall was always one of our dream places to live, so we upped sticks in 2007 and moved to Looe. I now run iLoveLooe.co.uk and various social media locations for Looe on Facebook, Google+ and Twitter. Say 'Hi' sometime.