Chepstow Walking Festival 2020|
Join this popular walking festival now in its 7th year exploring the rich heritage and beauty of the Lower Wye Valley and beyond. A packed programme of 35 guided walks led by experienced walk leaders some who are specialists in the their field such as Dr Mark Lewis Senior Curator at the Roman Legion Museum Caerleon, Rob Dingle Trail Officer for Offa’s Dyke Path, David Morgan, Chair of Long Distance Walkers Association who has devised the Monmouthshire Way, a long distance circular trail starting/finishing at Chepstow and Gavin Jones, Community Engagement Officer for the Living Levels Landscape Partnership scheme who will be joining two brand new walks along the levels to reconnect people and communities to their landscape and provide a sustainable future for this historic and vibrant place.
Some of the walks visit establishments which are rarely or never open to the public such award winning Wye Valley Gin and the farm where the award winning Brookes ice cream is made.
Whether you are a seasoned walker or just enjoy a short walk with the dog there should be something to suit.
Chepstow Walking Festival Tickets cost £5 single or £10 for a Supersaver which is offers 1 walk free. Under 16’s are fee as is the Walk for Health. For Full programame and booking visit walksinchepstow.co.uk alternatively from Chepstow Tourist Information Centre NP16 5EY
Chepstow Walking Festival 2020
Great Orme Giant Walk 2020
Due to popular demand the Great Orme Giant Walk is back for 2020!
Treat yourself to this fantastic 10 or 20 mile walking challenge around the fabulous Great Orme, Llandudno. Accompanied by a fantastic group of people and looked after from start to finish by a team of professionals.
Choose between the full 20 miles adventure, or the 10 mile option.
20 miles – (estimated 5 – 8 hours to complete)
10 miles day – (estimated 2.5 – 4 hours to complete)
The route will take you round the Great Orme to the beautiful west shore beach (twice for the 20 milers) and finish with a celebration.. including a well earned glass of fizz and cake! Great Orme Giant Walk