List of Walking Festivals for 2013
Have a blast and enjoy the great outdoors at more than 100 events and walks on a wide range of themes during the Walking Festivals calendar. Walking Festivals are the perfect way to promote all that is great about walking. They offer the opportunity to get together with friends and family and really enjoy the outdoors.
Here is the Walks And Walking guide to Walking Festivals – this list will be updated every year and as often as possible – if you have any Walking Festivals you would like to add then please contact Walks And Walking through their Facebook, Twitter or Google+ pages.
Here are two walking festivals taking place in September.
Corwen Walking Festival 2013 – 31st August & 1st September – inc. Caer Drewyn iron age hillfort in the valley of the Afon Dyfrdwy, Denbighshire in Wales. More walks here.
Get the full details here Corwen Walking Festival 2013
The Yorkshire Wolds Walking and Outdoors Festival – 14th – 22nd September 2013
Walkers looking for spectacular scenery, welcoming towns and walking routes to suit all abilities already know that the Yorkshire Wolds boasts some of the most beautiful walks in the country.
Get the full details here The Yorkshire Wolds Walking and Outdoors Festival
MacWet Sports Walking Gloves Review
All grip, no slip. That is the mission statement of these fantastic MacWet Sports Climatec long cuff sports gloves. For walking and hiking where a good grip enhances your performance wear these maximum grip Macwet gloves.
Read the full review here
Dickies Walking Boots review of the Medway SS S3 BT – PLUS win a free pair of Dickies hiking boots! Enter here.
I’ve got 2 pairs of walking boots in my fleet, Salomon Quest GTX and Scarpa SL Activ. The Salomon walking boots are for short walks in dry weather, as their grip isn’t very good, and the Scarpa walking boots are for my long hikes in any weather. So, I was really interested to see how the Dickies walking boots compared to my others.
Read the full review here Dickies Medway Walking Boots