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Guildford WalkFest 2014

Guildford WalkFest 2014 runs from 12 to 27 July 2014. In its eighth consecutive year, this walking festival is aimed at raising awareness of Guildford's attractions and beautiful countryside including the Surrey Hills AONB. Local groups supply the walks and there are some new walks this year along with some popular favourites.

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All walks are free, some ask for a donation, most are accessible by public transport and many welcome dogs. There are 38 guided walks spread over 16 days, with two each weekday and three each day at weekends. They range from half mile around town to 16 miles over Surrey's beautiful hills and along the river valley. The walks cover many different themes giving you chance to learn about local history, public art, local environmental projects and even the medicinal herbs that grow on the downs. There is one walk specifically for dog walkers, one walk welcoming people of limited ability, something for everyone.

For further information and booking visit the website:


You could also try the local iFootpath trails:

Guildford and the River Wey, 2 miles

Whitmoor Common and Jordan Hill, 4 miles

Blackheath and Chilworth Gunpowder Mills, 5 miles

The Dabbling Duck Shere and Peaslake Trail, 8 miles



National Parks Week 2014
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