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Looe Valley Line trails

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The following Looe Valley Line Trails are all accessible from and end at stations along the Looe Valley Line. Some are circular, some are linear but all allow you to explore the Looe Valley at your own pace. Access details via the links or interactive map below. All walks are mapped on OS Map Explorer 107 St Austell & Liskeard 1:25 000 scale, and it is recommended this be used in addition to the directions given in the links below.

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1

Liskeard to Coombe

Approximately 3 miles (5km)
2 Approximately 2 miles (3km)
3 Looe to Talland Bay Circular 3 approximately 7 miles (11km)
4 Looe to Kilminorth Distances vary.
5 Polperro to Looe Approximately 5 miles (8km)
6 Causeland to Sandplace by way of Duloe approximately 4 miles (6.5km)
7 Sandplace to Wringworthy Circular ramble approximately 5 miles (8km)
8 Sandplace to Looe by way of the West Looe Valley approx 7 miles (11km)
9 St. Keyne Station to Looe Approximately 11 miles (18km)
10 Causeland to Looe by way of Pelynt approximately 9.5 miles (14.3km)

other sites we recommend:
Visit South East Cornwall the official Looe tourist information website
Great Scenic Railways of Devon & Cornwall full of lots of information about the beautiful branch lines of Devon & Cornwall
Rail Ale Trail a chance to experience a wide variety of real ales without having to worry about driving ...

Interested in birdwatching? Download a guide to the fantastic diversity of birds that can be spotted whilst travelling on the Looe Valley Line.

Devon & Cornwall Rail Partnership | School of Geography | University of Plymouth | Plymouth PL4 8AA
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Email: railpart@plymouth.ac.uk