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The end of the year is fast approaching, bringing with it cold weather, winter holidays and, of course Christmas. Avoid the jam-packed shopping centres and last minute gift buying by ordering online from Dickiesstore.co.uk!
The Festival of Winter Walks is between 21 December 2013 to 05 January 2014 and has been running for the last 25 years. There are 954 walking routes available so you’re sure to find a Ramblers walk near you during the festival if you use the Group Walks Finder.
With the winter months soon approaching and the autumn chills already setting in now is a very good time to start considering purchasing a coat from the new range of Mountain Warehouse Waterproof Walking Jackets.
With animal welfare, wildlife management, forestry management and natural grazing projects at its heart, Epping Forest continues to offer the young and the old an opportunity to glimpse wilderness on their doorstep whilst offering a range of outdoor activities and even a few that are usually found inside.
The parks and open spaces that make up the 6,5000 acres of Epping Forest and its wide and all inclusive land is open to cyclists, horse riding and hikers of all ages and what better way than to engage one of many Epping Forest walks and cycle routes.
There are many ways you can partake in Epping Forest Walks, aside from the guided tours and venturing out into the plains, woods and navigating your own way around Epping Forest, There are organised Epping Forest Health Walks on Tuesdays and Thursdays with a Centenary walk in mid September.