Chepstow Walking Festival
Grab your boots and come and join Chepstow Walking Festival that celebrates the beautiful landscape and rich heritage on both sides of the Welsh and English border. The festival has become firmly established on the 'walkers calendar' and offers people the chance to discover the hidden and not so hidden gems of this area. There are 35 guided walks for most abilities from those that prefer a stroll or a more challenging walk all led by friendly experienced walk leaders and guides some specialists in their field. Whether you would like to visit a working Stud or stroke an Alpaca, enjoy the delicious products of local producers such as award winning ice-cream or Gin or join the National Trail Officer for Offa's Dyke Path and immerse yourself in the countryside with like minded people then this for you.
15th - 19th April 2020
Single £5, buy 2 tickets and get one walk free. There is no charge for under 16's or the Walk for Health.
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