Walking in Ross
Welcome to The Ross Walking Festival, in the beautiful county of Herefordshire
This festival runs annually in September and presents a fantastic selection of organised walks for all abilities. This is your opportunity to explore rolling hills, the dramatic cliffs and wooded hills of the lower Wye, and the ancient Forest of Dean.
Walks range from easy strolls along the Wye River on the lookout for birds, to energetic adventures around the caves of the Wye Valley Gorge area.
Tickets for guided walks during the festival may be purchased on the Ross Walking Festival website here
To give you a taster of the festival, the organisers have created a selection of popular walks from previous festivals, available as a self-guided walk using Outdooractive.
Route maps and descriptions are available in the Contents tab, see above.
About This Festival
This festival has been held annually since 2013 and is organised by the Ross-on-Wye Walkers are Welcome Steering Group
- Situated in the stunning Wye Valley, straddling the border between England and South-Wales
- Centred on Ross-on-Wye, recently voted the UK's best loved market town
- Accessible via roads leading from the M50 or the A40 - nearest train station is Gloucester
The festival is supported by local businesses:
- Bridge House Hotel
- River Music
- Hanks’ Meat & Game
- Andy Pack Car Care Centre
- Gelati’s Ice Cream
- Old Court Hotel
- Multiprint Print & Design
- Orles Barn Restaurant
- Ross Cider & Perry
- Audrey’s Fish Bar
- Miles Morgan Travel
- The King’s Head Hotel
- Truffles Deli
- Field Fayre – The Organic Store
- Caffe Eleganza
To see other walking festivals in the UK, click here
Walking in Ross
HR9 7AG Herefordshire
Großbritannien und Nordirland