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Not well marked, but enjoy

Turn at the bridge opposite the lake- it is not well marked. It helps to have good walking shoes... read more

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kathtrev101
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San Francisco, California
A Forrest Walk

The Forrest walk is great no matter what time of the year from the green leaves of spring through... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
colinagmorgan
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Huelgoat, France
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Reviewed 26 August 2017 via mobile

I'm glad we came, the forest is very beautiful and natural.
But I'd prefer to be there without so many other people.
We had fun moving the trembling stone

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Reviewed 16 August 2017 via mobile

As mentioned in the title, we drove 50km both ways to come here. We were so disappointed as we expected a forest, big and a bit fairy. Yes it is nice to see but small and more for kids (they were plenty of them and they seem to have fun).

If you stay close, why not having a look, if not, go somewhere else.

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Reviewed 11 August 2017

My husband and I enjoyed a delightful couple of hours in this forest, locally famous for being enchanted (or haunted, depending on who you believe). We didn't see any devils or evil spirits, but we did come across a harp--with a collection of the harpist's CDs--set up in the middle of the forest, with a small blanket set up to collect money for buying a CD on the honor system (no harpist in sight). It would have been a wonderful walk even without this delightful surprise.

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Reviewed 17 July 2017

Huelgoat is a pretty village with a large man made lake draining into a river that threads its way around, under and otherwise past massive granite boulders. There are plenty of routes, the best is from the village centre past the Devil's grotto. This route can be difficult for those with mobility issues. A short drive away is another parking area where the trail can be picked up again and is easier going. A great place to wander, trek or cycle.

Thank Ian L
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Reviewed 3 July 2017

We walked through the forest to the village from the campsite at La Riviere d'Argent. The boulders are absolutely jaw droopingly huge, never seen anything quite like it. There's a nice little cafe near the village, the footpaths are generally well way marked and well used, although we found that our return route via the old mine canal petered out near its end without positive signing. You need to be reasonable fit and agile, proper boots and walking poles are a good idea, in wet conditions sensible care is essential.

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