2 Castles Trail 4 Charity 24 miles Okehampton to Launceston Ali Humphreys is walking this on August 8th raising funds for Cancer Research UK. There will be a BBQ & Bonfire 7pm Thursday August 6th at Trewoodloe ALL Welcome & Donations Phone Ali 384544 Email firstname.lastname@example.org for directions TY
| CALSTOCK Footpath Society Walk Guides http://cfs.btck.co.uk/WalksGuides Free Detailed walks to download Numbers 1 – 9 Plus Monthly Walk scheduleSaturday 22nd August Circular walk Scrubtor and Horsebridge Meet 11.00 at Scrubtor Carpark (accessed from Horsebridge or from Chipshop) N 50° 32’ 49” SX 413 743 Scrubtor – Hartwell – Sydenham Damerel – Horsebridge – Scrubtor 4 or 5 miles. Fields and lanes. A few stiles. As with all CFS walks bring coffee, a packed lunch and something to sit on. Can be muddy so walking shoes or boots recommended. Sorry unsuitable for dogs. Non members will be asked for a donation of £2 Information from 01822 833856 or email@example.com
Saturday 12th September 2015 Start 11 am Plymbridge & Boringdon Camp Distance 4 1/2 miles. Grade Easy. Meet Car Park on east ( Plympton ) side of Plym Bridge Grid Ref 525586 This is an interesting walk following the River Plym upstream as it winds its way to Bickleigh Bridge. The route passes several areas of past industrial activity as well as an ancient Iron Age fortification. Also crossing the viaduct with its Peregrine Falcon watch area. One steep climb up to Rumple Quarry , 3 Stiles.
Caradon Monthly Walkers North Hill and Hawkstor Wednesday 5th August 10:15am Grid Ref SX272767 Post Code PL15 7PQ North Hill Village Hall. Well-behaved dogs and owners welcome. Bring lunch. At the end of the walk there’ll be the chance to visit the Racehorse Inn, originally a school and thought to be about 300 years old. The church dedicated to St. Torney is believed to be over 600 years old. > From the hall we’ll walk a short way along a quiet lane before turning down across fields to our first bridge over the Lynher before climbing up and through Castick Farm. We turn and slowly climb through woodland tracks above Withey Brook before coming out onto Bodmin Moor below Hawkstor. A gentle climb through the Rhododendrons around the Tor and then back down a lane before turning through fields to cross the river again and climb back up to North Hill. About 4 miles. 7 or 8 stiles and two bridges. The paths are stony and uneven.