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Join Chepstow Walkers are Welcome for 6 days of walking fun at the annual Chepstow Walking Festival, held 2nd - 7th April 2024

Chepstow has been accredited as a Walkers are Welcome town since 2012 and the annual walking festival organised by Chepstow Walkers are Welcome is a celebration of this. It would be fair to say the area is a gateway to walking in Wales and the Lower Wye Valley. The festival offers the walker an extensive programme of guided and self-guided walks in and around Monmouthshire and its borders, discovering the hidden and not so hidden gems.

The walks will suit most abilities and this year there are a couple of challenging walks for the very fit as well as those that prefer a stroll with a theme. The main objective of the festival is to have fun, enjoy the great outdoors with like-minded people and discover the beautiful diverse landscape and history of this stunning area.

This year there are 38 diverse walks to enjoy, including walks for children and foodies, history walks, free walks, long walks, night walks, animal walks and much more.

Click here for the full list of walks

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Guide Prices

Ticket TypeTicket Tariff
Adult£5.00 per adult

£5 per single ticket (plus booking fee). Children Under 16 years are free, as are tickets for Welsh Speaking Walk and Walk for Health.

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Chepstow Walking Festival

Type:Walking Festival

Various Locations, Chepstow, Monmouthshire, NP16 5EY
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