Walking Festivals in Herefordshire
What a great county Herefordshire is to ‘get out there’ by foot, on a bike or in the car. There’s a lot to be said for it – fresh air, exercise, balm for the soul – and Herefordshire is just designed for it! From rural leg-stretchers to strolls, town walks to circular walks, cider cycling routes to long distance self-drive heritage trails – it’s hard to work out what to do next!
Herefordshire is a glorious and diverse county to which many walkers return year after year. Herefordshire is resplendent with a year round (nearly!) programme of walking festivals and regular guided walks with local groups.
June every year sees the return of this popular festival with a 10 day varied programme of walks around the county. A wide variety – old favourites and new ideas. Starting 18th - 26th June.
9 Days of Guided Walks and Events in and around Crickhowell and the Black Mountains starting 27th February.
Take part in Talgarth's Fourth Walking Festival offering visitors a taste of our town and the wonderful walking opportunities we have on our doorstep. Starting 29th April - 2nd May
9 days at the end of May, this Walkers are Welcome town offers a mixture of long distance and relaxed walks. Starting 28th May - 5th June
Offers a great programme all through summer from May to September. Walks from local pub walks to long distance walks, all celebrating the unique Mortimer Country history of roman & Iron Age forts.
Part of the wider Leominster Festival at the beginning of June, keep an eye on the Festival website for details of the three walks. Starting 29th May - 5th June.
Walkers are Welcome town Kington offers a 4 day Festival mid – September. Details updated regularly at the comprehensive website.
The last weekend of September sees the welcome return of this 3 day Festival. Long to short, cream teas to river cruise – something for everyone. Browse and book on-line at the informative website.