Andalucian International Walking & Cultural Festival
Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival 2013
18th May- 2nd June
Enjoy 16 days exploring the delightful Lincolnshire Wolds area on a variety of over 100 walks.
Discover the landscapes and heritage of this designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Walks range in length from 1 to 36 miles to suit all abilities.
Free colour programme now available.
tel: 01529 - 461499
Ninth Gower Walking Festival
1-16 June, 2013
(Winner: Swansea Bay Tourism Award 2012 - Best Festival or Event
Finalist: 2012 Sustainable Development Awards, Swansea)
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Centred on Britain’s first Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Gower Walking Festival is organized and run entirely by volunteers and is a great opportunity to see the wonderful scenery and abundant wildlife of the Gower Peninsula and surrounds. It takes place from 1-16 June 2013, and there are 71 guided walks and activities for experienced walkers to leisurely strollers.
There 26 new walks this year, including geocaching, a family treasure hunt, Return Journey - a new Dylan Thomas walk, Mud and Plague, The Old Tracks of Llanmadoc and Cheriton, a Seashore Safari and Canoeing in Penclawdd. Old favourites such as Worm’s Head, Kilvey Hill and Copperopolis remain while others, such as the Quality Food Walk, have been refreshed! Our two-day 39-mile walk, renamed the Coast Path Challenge, returns this year in reverse order and the popular Twmpath rounds off the Festival as usual.
Organised by White Cliffs Ramblers we have over 20 walks planned for the week
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Snaith Walking Festival
14th to 20th September
The ancient market town of Snaith has history, heritage, waterways and natural beauty all around, which can be discovered and enjoyed during the walking festival, starting with a celebration of Heritage Open Days.
This is the second Snaith Walking Festival and there is a varied programme of over 20 walks, from a leisurely stroll to a 16 mile hike with something to suit any age and ability. The list includes a pub walk, Heritage Walks, a tour of a nature reserve, riverside walks and The Bannockburn Trail. The trail roughly follows the route taken by King Edward II in 1314 from his hunting lodge at Cowick (Snaith) to Adlingfleet, where he had an army of men and military supplies ready for boarding ships bound for Scotland.
Also part of the festival is a Pick and Mix event. Self guided walking for everyone with 4 clearly marked routes- 1, 2, 3 and 4 miles in length that can be picked and mixed, with a certificate for every walker stating their overall achievement. It’s a great way of encouraging more people to start walking.
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