A very wet day in Huelgoat, but heroic Brittany walkers still had a beautiful walk on lonely paths through the forest before returning beside the lively river Argent. Everyone stopping here in the photo at the Mare aux Fées to admire singing mermaids (just off camera).
We will have a Huelgoat walk on Tuesday 16th April at 2pm, departing from the forest parking on the left of the D769A (direction Poullaouen from town centre) after sharp right-hand bend over bridge. This is a new route, with some steps at the start but mostly easy walking on lesser known paths.
The new Red Dog guide to Huelgoat with walking maps will be out later in the month.
Brittany Walks has been based in Brittany, France since 2004. The regular programme of walks ended in 2015, but there are still occasional guided visits to places of interest to discover the landscape and history of the region. English is the language for events. See www.brittanywalks.com (link below) for details. The Brittany Walks website is full of information about walking in Brittany.