Get your boots ready for the 4th annual Llangollen Walking FestivalMarch 17, 2016
The 2016 Walking Festival offers something for all levels of walker as the friendly guides in Llangollen and the Dee Valley in North Wales help you explore and enjoy the wonderfully historic, mythical and scenic landscape of the area.
Walks on offer include short history walks with a Blue Badge Guide through the UNESCO World Heritage site and Llangollen town, two walks which include a Steam Train ride, challenging wilderness walks, a photography walk and a walk along a section of Offa’s Dyke.
They’re not available on every walk, but the Festival also features free Welsh beer (over 18s only), free Welsh Dragon Poo Cake and free Cerist Welsh mineral water from Snowdonia.
SATURDAY APRIL 30, 2016
• World Heritage site walk with Blue Badge Guide – 4.5 miles easy
• Castle, Cliffs, Abbey and Canal – 8 miles moderate
• Wilderness Walk over high moors – 16 mile challenging
SUNDAY MAY 1, 2016
• Photography Walk & Talk – 3 hours easy
• History in the Landscape Walk with Blue Badge Guide – 3.5 miles easy
• Train Ride & Dee Valley Walk – 8 miles moderate
• Wilderness Walk & Train Ride over high grouse moors with a Steam Train Ride back – 15 miles challenging
MONDAY MAY 2, 2016
• Llangollen Town History Walk with Blue Badge Guide – 2 hours easy
• Nordic Walking Beginners Session
• Nordic Walking Advanced Session
• Wilderness Walk via World’s End – 12 miles challenging
Take a walk into our new ProAdventure shop too…there’s always something to see.