The Smuggler's Way is route across Cornwall visiting places famously associated with Smugglers such as Bodmin Moor, Jamaica Inn, Dobwalls, Herodsfoot and Sowden's Bridge. It is essentially a coast to coast route which begins near Boscastle on the North Coast of the county and which ends in the harbor town of Looe on the south Cornish coast.
The route visits renowned peaks of Bodmin such as Rough Tor and Brown Willy, before dropping into the West Looe Valley to follow the river to the south coast port.
The Smugglers' Way came to prominence thanks to the sterling work of Frank Squibb who documented his experiences of the route.
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