Hill walking festival fever

Posted by Tina Gardner on 04/10/2010
Photo: Barmouth Hill Walking Festival

Step this way! Keep that summer festival feeling alive by donning your walking boots at one of the many walking festivals taking place this autumn.

Upcoming festivals include:

Ross Walking Festival (9-10 October)

Haltwhistle Walking Festival (9-17 October)

Snowdonia Walking Festival (13-17 October)

Bollington Walking Festival (15–31 October)

Monmouthshire Walking Festival (22-31 October)

The Wallaby Walking Festival, Leek (23-25 October)

Real Ale Ramble, Llanwrtyd Wells (20-21 November)

A calendar of events is listed at http://events.rambleon.org.uk  

Also, take a look at the Walkers are Welcome project. More than 50 towns and villages across Britain have joined this community-led scheme, to demonstrate their commitment to making your visit an enjoyable one.

 



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