About Love Trails


About Love Trails


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    Included in your ticket price:

    ✔️ Access to all guided trail running adventures, crew runs and activities
    ✔️ Access to all talks
    ✔️ Access to some workshops (see our Workshops Page lovetrailsfestival.co.uk/workshops for more info)
    ✔️ Four nights of camping (Thursday - Monday)
    ✔️ Hot deluxe showers & loo pass
    ✔️ A high quality Salomon x Love Trails Festival t-shirt
    ✔️ 2 x 'Salomon Dollars' (Exchange these at the bar for two free drinks. One Salomon Dollar = One Beer)

    Tickets for Love Trails Festival 2017 are available here

    Love Trails epitomised everything I love about adventure: exploring wild landscapes, pushing my physical limits, surrounded by nature, sleeping under the stars, campfires, great food, great ale and meeting lots of inspiring people. 10/10” - Chris Miller (Attended in 2016)


    Campsite/Car Park Opens 5pm Aug 17th
    FESTIVAL STARTS 7am Aug 18th
    FESTIVAL ENDS Midnight Aug 20th
    Campsite Closes 11am Aug 21st

    • Thursday 17th August: You can arrive at the carpark/campsite from 5pm
    • Monday 21st August: All campsites close by Monday 11am, by which time you need to have packed up and be headed off home!


    Love Trails takes place on a beautiful farm about 3.5km from the stunning 'Jurassic' coastline in Dorset, around a two and a half hours drive from London, (the farm is right next door to Corfe Castle.)


    Purbeck Valley Farmhouse, Valley Road, BH20 5HU, Corfe Castle, Dorset (Roughly 120 miles from Central London.)

    BY CAR

    From Central London follow the A4 to the M4. Then take the M3 to the A31 in Hampshire. Follow on the A31 and then take A351 to Purbeck Valley Farm. The festival will be clearly signposted on the A351. The journey from London will take approx. 2.5 hours.

    Purbeck Valley Farm is situated just off the main A351 in Harman's Cross which is between the seaside town of Swanage and about 1 mile outside of the historic village of Corfe Castle.

    We are one of the first turnings on the left when entering Harman's Cross from Corfe Castle and the last turning on the right at the exit of Harman's Cross when travelling from Swanage or Sandbanks.

    Please use the following postcode for those with satnav BH20 5HU. Once you get close enough to the site (from either direction along the A351) you'll see signs guiding you to the site. Keep your eyes peeled!


    Wareham is the closest train station to the festival site. The good news is there's a direct train service from London Waterloo. Trains usually leave at 24 and 54 past the hour on weekdays, and 23 and 50 past the hour on Saturdays (hourly on Sundays).


    If you are cycling to the festival from the train station, you can store your bike 'backstage' in the main festival site. Whilst the site is secure, Love Trails Festival can't take responsibility for your bikes whilst they are on-site and all bikes are stored at the owners risk.


    From the train station to the festival site is approx. 7 miles and should take no longer than 15/20 minutes and cost around £15 - £18.

    Local licensed taxi firms are:

    Jurassic Cabs: 01929 558119
    Station Cars: 01929 550123
    Excel Taxis Wareham: 01929 448066


    Don't forget to buy your £5 car park ticket to park your car on-site at the festival.
    You can buy your car park ticket here: http://bit.ly/2tGcocU



    About the Organisers

    About the Organisers

    Contact the organisers

    Theo Larn-Jones

    C0-FOUNDER & FESTIVAL director, Love Trails Festival 


    George Restall

    co-founder, director & Course Planner, Love Trails Festival