23rd September - 1st October
23rd September - 8th October
Guernsey Autumn Walking Festival
The Guernsey Autumn Walking Festival offers visitors a choice of over 50 morning, afternoon and evening guided walks to explore the islands and learn from local experts about their history and attractions. Prices start from £7 per person per walk. The walks vary in difficulty and length (ranging from one to six hours) and are suitable for all ages and abilities.
29th September - 1st October
29th September - 28th October
1st - 31st October
Showcasing the beautiful north east stretch of the Norfolk Coast, with a range of guided walks, themed walks including family and nature, and other related events.
4th - 7th October
Varied programme of 20+ short and longer walks including special interest walks e.g. photography and local history. Social events where non-walkers are welcome e.g. a quiz, a local historical talk and a tea and cakes afternoon. Full programme will be available on the website in August
5th- 7th October
South West Outdoor Festival
The South West Outdoor Festival returns for 2018 with tons to do whether you’re camping or here for a day, festival entry includes all sorts of guided adventures, interactive learning experiences and entertainment (speakers, films and live music)
6th - 13th October
Enjoy beautiful Perthshire from Saturday 6th to Sunday 14th October 2018 inclusive. Eight days of over 30 walks in small groups, of varying grades (extra hard to easy) and interests. There will also be a day of mountain biking, family biking and a social programme most evenings.
6th - 15th October
Cowalfest2018 Walking and Arts Festival
Cowalfest offers a 10 day festival during October. This annual Walking and Outdoors Festival is one of the largest and most varied walking festivals in Scotland, with more than 60 walks led by expert and knowledgeable walk leaders.
11h - 15th October
The Rotherham and Dearne Valley Walking Festival
Join us for the Rotherham and Dearne Valley Walking Festival, showcase lovely walking areas in South Yorkshire with a total of 8 walks - split between short walks of around 4-6 miles and longer walks of around 8-10miles.
14th - 29th October
The New Forest Walking Festival
The 2017 Festival saw 1,500 people enjoy 75 behind the scenes family strolls, history hikes, wildlife walks and more. All walks were expert-led by the New Forest National Park Authority and partner organisations, helping people learn more about the National Park.
23rd December 2018 - 6th January 2019
Ramblers Festival of Winter Walks
Hundreds of walks take place around the country during the festival. All are free, fun and open to anyone and everyone from toddlers to grandparents. Chosen and led by Ramblers volunteers, the walks will showcase Britain at its wintry best. Many of the walks are short and family-friendly, although there are always plenty of yomps for the seasoned hiker too.