The Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival runs from 19th May until 3rd June 2018 and offers 100 walks over 16 days in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Wolds are one of the driest areas in the UK, with a golden rolling landscape of easy gradients and wide skies with stunning views. So if you enjoy walking the Lincolnshire Walking Festival is an ideal way to explore and discover what Lincolnshire has to offer.
The Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival will run from 18th May to 2nd June in 2019, offering 100 walks over 16 days in this stunning Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The festival, which is in its 15th year, offers long and short walks for all ages and abilities. All the walks are led by local, expert volunteers and many are talking walks where leaders share information about the local area and points of interest. Some of the walks also involve some exciting activities and events for all the family so get those walking boots ready!
We all know that walking is good for us. Proven to be one of the best types of exercise, it can improve heart health, speed up the metabolism and improve your mood. The Lincolnshire Wolds are one of the driest areas in the UK, with a golden rolling landscape of easy gradients and wide skies with stunning views. So if your new year’s resolution is to do more walking the Lincolnshire Walking Festival is an ideal way to explore and discover what Lincolnshire has to offer.
The Lincolnshire Wolds Walking Festival is one of two popular walking festivals, co-ordinated by Heritage Lincolnshire in partnership with Lincolnshire Wolds Countryside Service. The South Lincolnshire Walking Festival runs from 28th Sept to 27th Oct in 2019 with walks taking place on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
Visit Heritage Lincolnshires website for more information and if you are looking for somewhere to stay try The Viking Centre. Here is a our map of accommodation in Lincolnshire and the East of England and here is a website walking festivals supported by Independent Hostels UK.
The Lincolnshire Wolds are also ideal for family cycling holidays. Particularly the “Tennyson Country” and the Greenstone Ridge Road which swoops along the crest of the open heights. Since the YHA closed Woody’s Top Hostel the only hostel accommodation for cyclists and walkers in this area is the The Viking Centre which provides group accommodation in Claxby near to Market Harborough.