Walking Festival & Events 2019
Upcoming Festivals and Events
Contact: Gill Wislocka | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 01239613031 |
All walk details will appear on Facebook as dependent on flowering times, weather & tides
Late Feb/March: Snowdrop walk
Late April: (Spring Primrose/Celandine time) Photography Walk
May: Bluebell Walk
June: Abermawr Mill Visit and Walk with Sandmartins
Friday 26th July: Ceibwr Walk & Picnic
August: Poppit Marsh Everglade expedition
Sun 29th Sept New Moon or Oct 13th Full Moon Beach Foraging walk at low tide
October Geology Walk linking St Dogmaels Abbey with sources of stones
Contact: Jane Bradbury | Email: email@example.com | Phone: 01873810020 |
Nine days of fabulous guided walks in and around the Black Mountains situated in the Brecon Beacons National Park in Mid-Wales.
Some Walks are already full, don't miss out!
April 19, 2019 - April 22, 2019
Contact: Linda | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org |
Boroughbridge Easter Walking Festival will be held from the 19th to 22nd April 2019.
Join us for some interesting walks around the delightful historic town of Boroughbridge the home of The Yorkshire Vet.
Visit our website for further details.
Contact: Helen Kenneally | Email: email@example.com | Phone: 07760195320 |
A programme of 35 guided walks and several fringe events stretching across the border of Wales and England exploring the rich heritage and beautiful landscape of the Lower Wye Valley and beyond.
For full programme and details on how to book visit www.walksinchepstow.co.uk
Contact: John Gibson | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 07943616453 |
Talgarth's new walking festival brochure should be out soon, so just to whet your appetite here are a few of the things to look out for. A visit to the Gwryne Fawr Reservoir, some ancient Yew trees, a story telling walk, a high level hike from Crickhowell, a gentle saunter to a weaver’s workshop, a barefoot experience, the reminiscences of a local MP and a fun film. We look forward to welcoming you to the Brecon Beacons.
Contact: Neil Moore | Email: email@example.com | Phone: 07769453423 |
Our annual walking festival over 3 days walking in the lovely undulating countryside around our market town . We have a varied programme of walks to suit all tastes and interests from short walks to our 16 mile Whitchurch Wheel. Nights are not forgotten with a film on Friday and a Ceilidh on Saturday with popular local band Jigsmith, food is available and real ale bar too.
Contact: Jean Shirley | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 01588638877 |
ONLINE ENTRY HAS OPENED for these beautiful rambles, 23, 13 or 10 miles long, over rolling Shropshire Hills. The countryside is remote, but safe since we provide clear signage, written instructions and helpful marshals. Entry fee online is £18, £19 by post, £20 after April 1, including instructions, refreshments, lunch, transport and a certificate. All proceeds go to blood cancer research. Over £19,000 was raised last year.
Contact: Jane Allard | Email: email@example.com |
The 21st Walking Festival will be held in May, when the countryside is at its best. Our guided walks are led by experienced local volunteers and offer a great choice of walk length and terrain. A walker’s paradise, footpaths lead over hilltops, through winding valleys, tiny hamlets, lanes and remains of ancient hill forts with pretty impressive views! Walks are informal and friendly, often ending in a café or pub.
Contact: Malcolm R Wilkinson | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 07785271807 |
16th Annual Prestatyn & Clwydian Range Walking Festival
The theme this year is “The Year of Discovery” offering a range of 24 free guided walks for all ages and abilities from a days trek on the Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail to easy strolls. At the northern end of the Clwydian Range & Dee Valley AONB, Prestatyn offers easy access to many coastal and hill walks in an area rich in history and biodiversity.
Contact: Sheila Talbot | Email: email@example.com |
Come and enjoy the tenth anniversary of the Winchcombe Cotswolds Walking Festival. Situated in an AONB with an abundance of footpaths, we offer a great selection of 24 walks to suit all abilities, plus 2 evening events.
Our walks, led by knowledgeable local guides visit a beekeeper, brewery, nature reserve, archaeological dig, steam railway and a farm. Learn about Sudeley Castle’s involvement in the Civil War, identify wild flowers or attempt the Winchcombe Way Challenge.
Contact: Peter Corkill | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Phone: 01303840269 |
Walk in the footsteps of Audrey Hepburn and Queen Ethelburga. Set here in the beautiful Kent Downs our walks include visits to working vineyards, exquisite gardens, charming villages, orchid meadows, a WW2 Aerodrome, Anglo-Saxon Archeological sites, a fun walk for children and the challenging 23 mile Elham Valley Way. All walks are free!
Contact: Jane Carroll | Email: email@example.com | Phone: 01588638467 |
Bishop’s Castle Challenge Walk is a 24 mile hike with a 4000ft ascent over the stunningly beautiful uplands of the Shropshire Hills. It starts and finishes at Bishop’s Castle Town Hall, a Grade 11* listed 18th century building at the heart of this friendly, unspoilt, small border market town. Shorter walks of 11 and 13 miles are offered with bus transport in between. Lunches and refreshments are provided.