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A-Z of WALKS and CATEGORIES

Type of Website: Walking Festival

'The Angus Glens – Isla, Prosen, Clova, Lethnot and Esk reach out from the lowlands to the hills and mountains that form part of the southern edge of the Cairngorms National Park. The walk ...
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Category Angus

'The Walking Festival is a well established event organised by Barmouth Publicity Association to take advantage of the fabulous walks and dramatic landscape accessible from Barmouth, on the west co ...
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Category Merioneth

'Our first Festival was held in 2000 with six walks each day. That first year the Shropshire Hills showed us just how wet it could be but everybody enjoyed the challenge and a number came back the ...
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Category South Shropshire

'There is a walk to suit everyone, led by informative friendly walk leaders who will give you a taster of some of the very best walks in the area. Some of our walks finish at local attractions such ...
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Category Monmouthshire

'There is no quieter place to be in the early hours of a summer's day than the Long Mynd and the Stretton Hills. So why not forget for a while the hustle and bustle of your everyday world and disco ...
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Category South Shropshire

'There is something for every level of walker, whether you are happy trekking all day across the tops of the Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons or would rather keep to paths and the lower slopes .. ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'Crieff and Strathearn Drovers’ Tryst celebrates the journeys and lives of the people and cattle from across Scotland who during the 1700s converged on Crieff each October for the great Mi ...
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Category Perthshire

'A celebration of mountain culture in the outdoor capital of the UK ... Mountains inspire us all in different ways – and you won’t find a better example of the diversity of mountain culture than in ...
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Category Inverness-shire

'Local, annual walking festival put on by local, passionate, experienced walk leaders. Meet old friends and make new ones at our yearly events.' [Tripadvisor]


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Category Selkirkshire

'From wildlife-watching walks along the island’s coastline to airy scrambles on towering granite ridges.'


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Category Buteshire

'Offers you the opportunity to get out and explore the unique landscapes of Harris, with its rugged hills, white sandy beaches and turquoise seas. The interior of North and South Harris encompass s ...
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Category Outer Hebrides

'To promote sustainable tourism and to help to preserve Kington's unique atmosphere, in 2011 the Chamber of Trade, with support from Herefordshire Council and Kington Town Council, established ...
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'Llanelli Ramblers organise and host the annual Llanelli Festival of Walks which is a Spring Bank Holiday event that has attracted hundreds of visitors to the town since its beginnings in ...
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Category Carmarthenshire

'Due to popular demand we once again include The Malvern Hills End-to-End, the End-to-End-And-Back and the Worcestershire-Way-in-a-day.'


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Category Malvern Hills

'Running since 1980, this 4 day long event attracts entrants from all over Europe and the rest of the world. These none competitive walks offer a great social opportunity for like minded people, so ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'The Festival aims to provide opportunities to discover Midlothian's beautiful countryside in four days of led walks, a cycle, nordic walking and canicross. The routes are suitable for all ages and ...
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Category Midlothian

'The mountains and the surrounding area offers some of the best walking in Ireland set within stunning scenery. Designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), there is not only a ...
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'There are walks for all ages and abilities - short town-based walks, themed walks, waterside walks, strenuous moorland hikes plus a full evening programme of themed events ...'


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Category Leeds

'A firmly established event providing free guided walks for all ages and abilities ranging from all-day treks to easier strolls with some special themes. Fun and adventure for all the family in the ...
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Category Flintshire

'Takes place in an area known for its natural beauty and superb scenery. Popular with both novice and experienced walkers wanting to enjoy the beautiful colours of autumn and the area's fabulous vi ...
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Category Amber Valley

'Bedfordshire may be a small county but it has a varied and interesting landscape: the rural north likened by some to the "Wolds"; the wooded and most varied middle with excellent ridge vi ...
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Category Bedfordshire

'A week of fabulous walks exploring the scenery, heritage and wildlife of Cheshire's Peak District, some challenging, others a stroll in the park! Enjoy locally produced food and ales, lively pubs ...
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Category Cheshire East

'If you’re looking for a challenge, try the Chesterfield Round Walk, a 34 mile trek through the countryside that surrounds the town. Or brave the Beast of Bolsover on a 20 mile ci ...
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Category Chesterfield

'The programme includes over 75 guided countryside walks, activities and events including routes centred around nature reserves, iron age hillforts, farms, churches and filming locations. All l ...
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Category Chiltern

'The Dursley area is hilly and many of the walks will be strenuous - please consider any health issues you may have before deciding to join the walks and advise walk leaders of any concerns before ...
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Category Stroud

'Who is the Frodsham Festival of Walks aimed at?  Everybody!  Whether you fancy a ramble up hills and across fields, a stroll along flat paths or just a bit of fun in the fresh air, there’ ...
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'Walkers will meet special guests along the way as well as visiting places and routes that are not normally open to the public, the Wyre Way Challenge will be particularly notable for this ...
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Category Wyre

'The Festival offers a wide variety of walks throughout the week with two walks a day over nine days. There are short walks, accessible walks and longer rambles to suit all abilities ... ...
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Category North Dorset

’We want to reach non walkers, the neighbours, colleagues and friends that think a Walking Festival is boring! It’s not all about muddy boots and long hikes. We want to tap into people’s interests ...
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'Haltwhistle was probably in existence in Roman times, as it is one of the closest approaches of the River South Tyne in its upland reaches to Hadrian's Wall. The old Roman road or ...
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Category Tynedale

'The first Herefordshire Walking Festival was organised in 2002 to signal that the county was open for walking again after the foot and mouth epidemic in 2001 brought tourism in such a ...
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Category Herefordshire

'Guided walking based in the beautiful South Lakes town of Kendal.'


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Category South Lakeland

'We've got dozens of hikes, climbs, bike rides and family activities to suit every adventurer so buy your place now!'


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Category Allerdale

'Taking place during half term week, walkers of all ages will be led on bespoke experiences by expert guides highlighting the unique countryside, wildlife, culture and history of this internati ...
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Category New Forest

'The Pendle Walking Festival will include something for everyone, including challenge walks, medium walks, and short family walks. The programme wil be available on this site from June.'...
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Category Pendle

'The Festival is centred on the lively and picturesque market town of Richmond which boasts everything you need to ensure a wonderful day or longer stay, whether a solo traveller or a group of frie ...
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Category Richmondshire

'A festival of walks, talks and music along the fabulous Settle-Carlisle railway line.'


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Category Craven

'Visiting Rosedale today, it’s hard to imagine that it spent the seventy years between the 1850s and 1920s as a bustling, sooty and noisy hive of industrial activity, home to nearly 5,000 miners. N ...
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Category Ryedale

'Sponsored by the Wye Valley Brewery, Visit Herefordshire, PGL Travel Ltd, and the Ross on Wye Town Council.'


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'The Walking Festival consists of on average 2-3 walks a day suitable for all abilities. The walks include a range of paces from a leisurely stroll admiring the views to fast paced walks that will ...
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Category Rutland

'Attracts walkers from all over the UK and Europe for dozens of organised walks across the breathtaking scenery of the Scottish Borders. It is the longest established walking festival in Scotland, ...
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'Snowdonia is famous the world over for its majestic rugged beauty. Betws y Coed is long renowned for its stunning scenery, emerald forests and fast flowing rivers; a natural base for a walking fes ...
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Category Caernarfonshire

'Walks are available at a variety of levels including easy strolls (perfect for families and budding nature photographers), moderate treks and challenging hill wal ...
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Category Derry & Strabane

'There is a walk for almost every level of ability. Long Walks are up to 12 miles; Medium Walks are around five to seven miles; Short Walks and Family Walks are ...
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Category Stevenage

'Nearly 80 guided walks planned, covering the whole of the county. We have a lovely mix of short strolls around medieval villages and market towns and longer rambles through the gentle landscapes o ...
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Category Suffolk

'Our programme has a variety of walks and events for all ages, from full day walks to town walks lasting a little over an hour. There is an opportunity to acquire better navigational and map readin ...
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Category Brecknockshire

'The National Forest Way, is a long distance trail which will take walkers on a journey through transforming landscape. Across 75 miles of footpaths form the National M ...
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'We are continually looking to reduce our impact on the environment: * 99% of our 32 walks ... can be accessed by public transport or take place within the town. The other 1% of walks offers a mini ...
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Category South Lakeland

'A county of rolling countryside, towering cliffs, beaches, rural villages and historic market towns. Walking for All – Full day walks to family walks.'


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'A Walking Week for all on Islay, Jura and Colonsay: Guaranteed to be midge free, we believe!'


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Category Inner Hebrides

'In addition to its sandy white beaches, Scilly has the greatest concentration of prehistoric burial sites in the UK and one of the highest numbers of historic shipwrecks in Europe. The islands are ...
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Category Isles of Scilly

'The Walk the Glens Group was initiated by Cushendall Development Group. We are a team of local people trained as volunteer walk leaders ... There are led ...
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'Isle of Man has a range of countryside on offer to tempt the outdoor sportsman, and walkers in particular. Steep hills and even Snaefell mountain offer challenges to experienced walkers, and relax ...
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Category Isle of Man

'Now firmly established as the biggest walking festival in the South of Scotland. Galloway is a wonderful location for walking and whether you enjoy the challenge of our true hill walking experienc ...
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Category Wigtownshire

'There are limited spaces on each walk so advanced booking is recommended. However if there are spaces remaining on any walk, these will be available for take-up on the day. An up-to-date indicator ...
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Category North Shropshire

'The Deal Walking Festival, founded by Alan Sutton six years ago, is now being organised by the White Cliffs Ramblers ... Over twenty walks are being led by experienced walk l ...
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Category Dover

'Come and enjoy a series of FREE walks exploring the beauty and history of NE Wales.'


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Category Wrexham

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