South East Cornwall Walking Festival

Sorry for the delay in getting this out there, the Looe 2012 Calendar has taken up all my time of late. Anyway, on with the walking festival of which there are still some days to run…check them out below.

Celebrating its 11th Anniversary this year, the South East Cornwall Walking Festival (previously known as the Looe Valley Walking Festival) is once again extended this year to take in two weekends.

This year we hope we have a varied and enjoyable festival of walks. All walks leaders do this for free but we do ask for a suggested donation of £4 per person towards either costs or the organisers charity of choice.

South East Cornwall Walking Festival walks

Saturday 17th September

Duloe Circle Walk

  • Start: Outside Duloe Church at 11am
  • Length: Approx 4 miles
  • Time: 3 hours

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Sunday 18th

Liskeard Looe Walk

  • Start: Liskeard Station main entrance at 10.20am
  • Length: 11 miles
  • Time: 7 hours

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Monday 19th

Gunni to Calstock Walk

  • Start: Calstock station to catch the 9.27 train to Gunnislake.
  • Length: 8 miles
  • Time: 5 hours

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Tuesday 20th

Kilmar: To the end of the line

  • Start: Minions at 10am
  • Length: 4 miles
  • Time: 4 hours

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West Looe Walkabout (Evening walk)

  • Start: Looe Library 6pm
  • Length: Approx 2 miles
  • Time: 3 hours

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Wednesday 21st

Menheniot Meander

  • Start: Menheniot Village Centre (Toilets, shop), near church at 10:30am
  • Length: 4½ miles
  • Time: 2 Hours

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Thursday 22nd

National Trust Walk

  • Start: Looe Railway Station at 10.30am
  • Length: 8 miles
  • Time: Approx 5 hours

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Friday 23rd

Equinox Walk

  • Start: Minions 6.30 am (tbc)
  • Length: 2 miles approx
  • Time: 3 hours

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Saturday 24th

Details to be confirmed

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Sunday 25th

The Lost History of Polperro

  • Start: Crumplehorn Inn Entrance at 10.30am
  • Length: approx 5 miles
  • Time finish: Around 4pm (there will be an hours break at lunchtime in the village for refreshments)
Want more details
For more information and walk details go to the Looe TIC website.

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