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The Walking Festival programme for 2022 is getting back on track after the relaxing of restrictions from the continuing Coronavirus situation.  After an easier 2021, more and more festivals are returning for 2022.  Here's a list of all the walking festivals and related events we know about happening in May 2022.

We've split May into two pages... so below are the festivals starting after the 15th May onwards and on this page are the festivals starting before the 15th May.


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May

20th - 22nd May  -   CONFIRMED FOR 2022


The Walkers are Welcome town of Prestatyn is ideally located with easy access to coastal and hill walks in an area rich in history and biodiversity. It offers 24 free guided walks for all ages and abilities, from a day trek on the Offa’s Dyke Path National Trail to easy walks.

20th - 22nd May  -  CONFIRMED FOR 2022


One of the big events in the outdoor calendar, with walking, cycling, running, climbing, paddling, music and gear displays all packed into a long weekend.

20th - 22nd May -  CONFIRMED FOR 2022


Join us for Snowdonia's most popular walking festival - three days of glorious walking, offering a choice of 18 walks with something for everyone every day.  Trefriw is on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park, and on our walks they will be offering - as ever - hills, valleys, mountains, rivers, waterfalls, forests, and even the sea.  
20th - 22nd May  -  CONFIRMED FOR 2022


The annual walking festival welcomes walkers to the Winchcombe, the walking centre for the Cotswolds.

21st - 27th May  -  CONFIRMED FOR 2022


Explore the natural beauty of the Cairngorms surrounding Ballater with a series of guided walks.  All ages and levels are welcome and with a full social calendar you are sure to have an outstanding time.

21st May - 5th June   -  CONFIRMED FOR 2022


The Chilterns Autumn Walking Festival will take place in 2022 and promises an exciting programme of hikes, guided tours and special events right across the Chilterns.

21st May - 5th June  -  CONFIRMED FOR 2022


Spring is a perfect time to explore the beautiful blossoming coastlines or amble around Guernsey.  Whether you want to take a short walk, a more serious coastal ramble or discover our beautiful ancient town, the Spring Walking Festival has walks to suit everyone.

Guided walks include coastal, inland and town walks, historical, nature and the arts; all led by the Bailiwick of Guernsey’s gold and silver Accredited Guides.

21st May - 5th June  -  CONFIRMED FOR 2022


GeoFest is two weeks of walks, talks and other events in the Fforest Fawr UNESCO Global Geopark.

21st May - 5th June  -  CONFIRMED FOR 2022


Discover England's smallest county on foot or on wheels in the 7 day festival.

24th - 27th May  -  DATES NOT YET CONFIRMED FOR 2022


Llanelli Ramblers organise and host the Llanelli Festival of Walks which is an annual event that has attracted hundreds of visitors to the town since its beginnings in 1995 and has established Llanelli as a popular centre for walking.
FEATURED FESTIVAL

27th - 30th May  -  CONFIRMED FOR 2022


Enjoy beautiful Perthshire acros the duration of this wonderful festival.  Following the success of the 2021 Tryst, the Trustees decided to continue with a springtime Tryst.  20 walks will be on offer and we hope to increase the number of walkers to 12, though this will still be dependent on any COVID restrictions in place at the time of the Festival.  We also hope to reintroduce minibuses, allowing us to offer our popular linear walks again.


As usual there will be a wide choice of walks with levels to suit all, with some new walks added.  We look forward to welcoming previous and new walkers back to our 2022 Festival!


It's all in the beautiful historic scenery of Perthshire, celebrating the lives of the cattle drovers of yore.

27th May - 2nd June  -  NOT CONFIRMED FOR 2022


Henley on Thames and surrounding villages are a fantastic venue for a walking festival and is a wonderful base for walking as it offers walks in its beautiful countryside within the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Beauty.  From walks from Henley, Nordic Walking, a family fun walk, a Charles Dickens themed walk, a walk from the historic village of Hambleden, to an introduction to geocaching, the Henley Walking Festival has it all.

28th - 29th May  -  CONFIRMED FOR 2022


Join the North Yorks Moor National Park team over the Spring Bank Holiday weekend for the return of our walking festival and enjoy a great programme of guided themed walks in some very special places.  This year, WalkFest celebrates the 70th anniversary of the North York Moors National Park, with a series of walks following the coastal stretches of the Cleveland Way National Trail, giving you a chance to walk linear stretches of the trail (with transport provided). There will also be a special walk delving into the 700th anniversary of the Battle of Byland, a significant but largely forgotten battle at Sutton Bank.

28th May - 5th June  -  CONFIRMED FOR 2022


9 days of themed and guided walks on and around the Malvern Hills.  Add to that, the fact that the Malvern Hills are in an Area of Outstanding Natural beauty and it’s not surprising the Festival has proved so popular.
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