Bristol Walk Fest 2018, the city’s hugely popular annual event which helps people get out and about to explore, will take place during May.
From Tuesday, May 1st to Thursday, May 31st this celebration of walks and walking will offer the chance for people to step out and see parts of Bristol they may not have visited before.
The event, now in its sixth year, regularly attracts hundreds of walkers, some of them coming from outside the city, and offers a variety of walks.
Whether it’s nature walks exploring Bristol’s many green spaces, historical tours, street art, walking sports or just the opportunity to stretch your legs and get some fresh air, Bristol Walk Fest 2018 will offer something for everyone.
Most of the events are free and the programme has been put together to ensure all age groups and people with a range of fitness levels can take part. The distance of the walks involved are from less than a mile to more than ten.
Bristol Walk Fest 2018 is coordinated by Active Ageing Bristol, a collaboration between Bristol Sport Foundation, The Anchor Society and St Monica Trust, in partnership with the LinkAge Network and Bristol Ramblers with investment from the TravelWest Fund.
To stay in touch with the latest information on the walks and what date they will be taking place see the festival’s official website
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