The Chilterns Conservation Board is delighted to announce that the Chilterns Walking Festival is back this spring with an impressive programme of over 80 walks and outdoor events. Running from 22 May – 6 June, the walks will help people explore the landscape, villages, nature and heritage of the Chilterns. The activities and events are designed to appeal to different age groups, interests and levels of fitness. Whether you are interested in sampling local drinks and produce, finding out about the history of the Chilterns heritage, or trying out a new activity or experience with your family, there is something for everyone at the Chilterns Walking Festival. Here is a taster of what is to come:
Chilterns Conservation Board People & Society Officer Annette Venters said “After months of lockdown we are delighted to be offering such a full programme of events. It will be a chance to explore and enjoy the beautiful landscape of the Chilterns in small groups, led by experienced guides”.
Details of all guided walks, events and activities available in the spring programme will be go live on our website in mid-April www.visitchilterns.co.uk/walkingfest. Most are free of charge, though some require a small fee which is clearly shown. To assist walk leaders with expected numbers, most events must be pre-booked. There has already been lots of interest, so please do book early to avoid disappointment.