For the walkers, hikers, ramblers, trampers, trekkers, amblers, strollers or you just want a different holiday.

Why this resource is great for walkers!!

We believe that walking festivals can be the new walking holiday in the UK and Ireland.

This website is completely free to use to find and plan that next walking festival.

You can search for your next walking experience easily by date, country or festival name. On every Walking Festival or Event page you can find the description of the festival, the programme, how to book yourself onto the walks or talks or evening entertainment, and also local accommodation - Bed & Breakfasts, Hotels , Guest Houses, Pubs/Inns, Campsites - a range to suit all budgets.

Why this resource is great for Walking Festival/Event Organisers!!

Walking Festivals UK aims to promote walking festivals to a wider national audience for free.  

Being actively involved with organising a walking festival. we have found that most festivals are attended by the majority of local people. We have created this resource to help walking festival organisers promote their walking festivals to the walking audience and help to ensure a fuller festival. Our aim is to make the website a one-stop place for walkers to find your walking festival, book their walks/talks/shows from your walk program and any accommodation that they need. Get directions to the festival and any other information.

We only host and promote your programme and do not have any contact with prospective walkers who may attend your festival or event.

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Whats on your page?

On your page will be the description of the festival including dates, map of where it is, your festival logo, (a gallery of pictures from previous festivals, this is possible please tell us if this is something you think would be beneficial.)  etc.

A full scrolling and clickable program - walkers will be able to book via whichever method you use : -telephone, email or we will link to your booking system. The walkers will book directly with you.

A list of local accommodation - Contact details, contact form etc.

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Walking Festivals

A blog about the fabulous world of the walking festival
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