Walks And Walking – Cornwall Walks Siblyback Lake Walking Route
Siblyback Lake is situated in Liskeard and is more commonly known to me as the big lake I see when I’m out walking on Bodmin Moor. Cornwall walks are amazing but if you are not quite up to negotiating the boggy marshlands and clambering up to the various tors then you can now visit Siblyback Lake Country park walks where there is a new path suitable for walkers of all abilities, cyclists, a Disabled Tramper donated to the South West Lakes Trust by the Countryside Mobility Scheme and complete wheelchair access.
At just under 4 miles and offering a very clear and simple walking route the Siblyback Lake Walking Route offers plenty of time to walk at a very leisurely pace and enjoy the shorelines of the lake and the surrounding woodland areas. And when you’re all tired out you can visit the Siblyback Lake Cafe and gift shop which is popular with walkers, families and those that are just there for some lovely food and the splendid views.
Each year we spend a week in Looe and this year we will definitely be spending a day at Siblyback Lake but you can spend a weekend at the site where there is a small but friendly campsite on the water’s edge.
About South West Lakes Trust – Conservation and leisure working together
According to their website, which you can visit here, South West Lakes Trust is the region’s largest combined environmental and recreational charity. Its 50 inland water sites, spread across Devon, Cornwall and West Somerset, attract in the region of 2m visits annually.
For more Cornwall walks that are close to the Siblyback Lake walking route click on the links below: