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Herefordshire Walking Festival, 2025

14 June 2025 - 22 June 2025


The Herefordshire Walking Festival will be held from 14 until 23 June 2025.

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The Herefordshire Walking Festival will be held from 14 until 23 June. In total there will be 50 walks ranging from two to 25 miles covering a range of difficulty spread over the nine days.

About the Herefordshire Walking Festival

Herefordshire Walking Festival
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The initial Herefordshire Walking Festival was held in 2002 as a sign that the county was open for walking after the 2001 foot and mouth epidemic. It is now a pivotal factor in attracting visitors to Herefordshire. The county is blessed with magnificent scenery, especially Brecon Beacons National Park, Malvern Hills, Wye Valley, Offas Dyke, Mortimer Forest and numerous nature reserves for walkers to enjoy.

For the 2022 Herefordshire festival, walks include: Wye Valley Challenge, Herefordshire Trail, Golden Valley Challenge Walk, The Olchon Horseshoe, Cider Solstice Walk, and Yew Tree Medical Rehydration Walk, City walks, Church visits and WW1 Memorial Walks. They accommodate walkers of all levels, as well as wheelchair bound and the visually impaired. The organisers work together with Herefordshire Ramblers and Disabled Ramblers.

A list of walks can be found here.

When is the Herefordshire Walking Festival?

14 to 22 June, 2025.

Tickets for the Festival

Can be purchased here. There is a booking fee of £6.50 per walk.

Herefordshire Walking Festival

For more information, visit the Hereford Walking Festival website. For ideas on things to do in Herefordshire and what’s on Hereford, visit:


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Before setting up Travel Begins at 40, Mark was the publisher of AsiaLIFE Cambodia and a freelance travel writer. When he is not packing and unpacking his travelling bag, Mark writes novels, including To Cook A Spider and Peppered Justice. He loves walking, eating, tasting beer, isolation and arthouse movies, as well as talking to strangers on planes, buses and trains whenever possible. Most at home when not at home.

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