This was one of the best walks we've had in ages, with warm, sunny spring weather showing off the sights of the forest at Huelgoat to great effect and even tempting King Arthur out from his cave to join us on a stroll up to the menhir at Kerampeulven. Sadly we had more to say about him than vice versa. Good pals Ally and Tex were joint top dogs.
We meet for our walk (starts 2pm) in the forest parking on the D769A (direction Poullaouen) about 850m from the town centre. If coming from Huelgoat, this large open area is on the left soon after the sharp right bend over a stone bridge. We shall be following forest tracks, with sights including Arthur's Camp, a fine menhir, the Chaos and the river Argent.
Some of us are having lunch at L'Autre Rive before, arriving 12.15-12.30. This café/bookshop is 650m up the steep road next to the meeting place parking.
Invitations have now been sent out for BWs 10th anniversary party on May 24th. Unfortunately I do not have everyone's email address, so if you have not received the details and would like to come, please contact BWs by email. We are having a short walk followed by a celebratory tea party and would love to see current and former supporters from our ten years of walking in Brittany.
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.