Walking, Hiking & Climbing: Finistere

Discover Carhaix
Formly the ancient town of Vorgium, its aqueduct, the making of the "Vieilles Charrues" music festival, the Nantes to Brest canal with its locks, the breton railway network, slate quarries and mines.
Equilibres
Climbing club based at Bourg de Trezien, Plouarzel (29).
Visit to Landerneau
Learn about this town through the 32 explanatory boards found on notable buildings which tell you about the towns history and architecture. A document available at the tourist office enables you to make your own way round, or you can use a guide.
Discover Treguier
A former episcopal town and home to Saint-Yves and the writer Renan. Cathedral with 3 Roman and Gothic towers, 15th century cloister and its old streets with their half-timbered houses have preserved the towns history.
Brest Escalade - Ty Caillou
Climbing club based at chez Christophe Cunat, 85 rue Jules Lesven, Brest (29).
The Tanguy Tower
The Tanguy Tower is home to huge dioramas recounting the history of Brest and showing the city as it was before 1939. Based in Brest (29).
Wildwalks B&B Brittany
B&B and guided walking options in a quiet, Finistere location. Varied routes: coast, forests and high hills.
Guided Walk of Nevez
Includes the Port-Manech at Raguenez. Nevez has harbours, thatched cottages and beach huts. The tourist board offers two tours with commentary.
Visit to Huelgoat
A Mecca for Celtic legends, Huelgoat forest invites visitors on an unusual walk past massive rock formations to the sound of the bubbling and mysterious River Argent. Dont miss the famous Roche Tremblante in the heart of the forest.
Visit to Guerlesquin
This little town is a good example of a typical Breton town of long ago. It has retained all its original architecture with beautiful granite buildings set around the village square. Dont miss the ancient justice parlours in the town center.
Guided Visit of Quimperle
Discover Quimperle and its heritage, winding streets, cobbled staircases, bridges and footbridges, and numerous listed Historical Monuments for which this town of three rivers is famous. Situated at Office de Tourisme, 45 place Saint-Michel.
Callot Island
Accessible on foot or by car at low tide it becomes an island again at high tide. Mainly composed of small creeks, dunes, gorse, fields and grass, Callot spreads over 3 km in length and is between 15 and 300 m wide.
Les Araignees de LOuest
Climbing club based at Salle des cordiers, Quimperle (29).
Visit to Concarneau
Today the 3rd fishing harbour and 1st tuna fishing harbour in France, has a bustling port, fish market and splendid coast road overlooking its many sandy beaches. Dont miss the walled town, a granite village built in the middle of the harbour.
Les Grimpeurs de LOdet
Climbing club based at 24, avenue des pres, Quimper (29)
Club Escalade Morlaisien
Climbing club based at 12, rue Dr Guerin, St Martin des Champs (29).

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