Cornwall Council have recently shared information regarding the proposed Looe Valley Trails project.
The Looe Valley Trails project is a scheme which will create approximately 80kms of trails in South East Cornwall for residents and visitors to walk, bicycle and horse ride.
Part of the South East Cornwall regeneration programme, the project will provide a network of tracks connecting Looe, Liskeard, Bodmin and Cremyll, opening up access to some of the most beautiful and distinctive landscape in Cornwall.
Led by Cornwall Council working with town and parish councils, community groups and stakeholders, the trails will support more active lifestyles, encourage more visitors to the area and enhance and interpret the natural and historic environment.
This project has been in development for some time, with partners building on the work previously carried out by community groups and stakeholders to identify preferred routes and develop a strong business case to secure funding. This has involved identifying more off-road sections and routes with gentle gradients to be more accessible to all.
Find out more about the Looe Valley Trails project, and share your thoughts and ideas, here.
Looe Valley Trails Newsletters
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|Fri 28th May, 2021||Looe Valley Trails Newsletter – May 2021||Read & Download|
|Mon 1st Mar, 2021||Looe Valley Trails Newsletter – March 2021||Read & Download|