By / 5th January, 2016 / General / No Comments

Herefordshire is designed for  fresh air and exercise From rural leg-stretchers to strolls, town walks to circular walks, cider cycling routes to long distance heritage trails – it’s all here and below are a very few options. 

The Herefordshire Trail
is a long distance path using existing public rights of way to give a circular tour around our county. The 150-mile Herefordshire Trail route takes walkers through spectacular countryside enabling them to enjoy unequalled views across our county and neighbouring counties.

Offa’s Dyke Path allows  you to step back into the past for 177 miles along the Welsh border. Discover Britain’s longest archaeological monument – the 8th Century Offa’s Dyke earthwork. Offa’s Dyke offers a challenge many can’t refuse! Hike it in 12 days, run it in five or take your time.

The Wye Valley Walk is a glorious and varied 132 miles with startling contrasts from ravine gorge in woodland through meadow and orchard, to rugged and remote uplands. Order your passport and get each section stamped as you undertake this long distance walk, whilst you enjoy the breath-taking views.

Walking with Llamas and Llama Trekking,  at Golden Valley Llamas, is fast becoming a ‘must-do’ activity. Bond with your llama – get to know him and take him on a walk in the glorious countryside of south west Herefordshire.

For any of your overnight stops please contact us and for more information about what’s on in and around Herefordshire go to visitherefordshire