Hay Walking FestivalVenue: Hay-on-Wye & surrounding area
Time: all day
We are pleased to let you know that tickets are now on sale at www.haywalking.org for all walks and events for the 2012 Hay Walking Festival which
takes place from 11th-15th October.
We have a full programme this year of more than 50 walks and events, with something for everyone. Highlights include a foraging walk for families,
exploring the botany of the Digedi valley, the archaeology of the Begwns or the geology of the Stanner rocks.
You can improve your map reading skills, take up Nordic walking, acquire some tips on landscape photography and visit a couple of farms promoting
sustainable living. There are some long treks in the Black Mountains, as well as opportunities to walk one way and return to Hay by canoe or bicycle.
A packed programme!
For those not too exhausted by the day's exertions, there are also some evening events, including a ceilidh.
Our full walk programme
Our website has full details of the walk programme and events....
Full details are included for all our walks with detailed information, including maps for starting points and an introduction to your walk leader.
Prices and options are clearly shown and walks can be booked directly from the website.
Walking around Hay-on-Wye and the Black Mountains
Hay is the perfect location to experience walking in the Brecon Beacons and Welsh border country. Being on the Welsh border Hay-on-Wye gives you
access to some wonderful walking paths including the Wye Valley walk and Offa's Dyke Path. The whole of the Brecon Beacons National Park is on
the doorstep. If you are visiting the area then Hay offers a range of accommodation from B&Bs and hotels to a great choice of holiday cottages.