High Weald Walking Festival

Explore one of the UK’s most beautiful medieval landscapes at the first ever High Weald Walking Festival, running from 15 to 23 September 2018 and completely FREE OF CHARGE. The new event will showcase the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty like never before. Experienced and knowledgeable guides will lead a host of inspiring walks covering local history, art, literature, wildlife and geology. Located in the heart of South East England and covering parts of Kent, Sussex and Surrey, the High Weald is one of 46 designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty across the UK. It is a medieval landscape of rolling hills studded with sandstone outcrops, dense woodland, small, irregular-shaped fields, scattered farmsteads and ancient routeways. With breathtaking views, fascinating history and an extensive network of footpaths and ancient byways, the High Weald is a walker’s paradise. Whether you’re an avid rambler, nature spotter or archaeology buff or just want to get out in the fresh air and explore your local area, the High Weald Walking Festival has something for everyone to enjoy. Visit www.highwealdwalks.org now to learn more and choose from than 36 walks throughout the week, spread across the entire High Weald. The High Weald Walking Festival is a collaboration between a number of local branches of The Ramblers and the High Weald AONB Partnership.


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