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Herefordshire Walks

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Herefordshire is a walker's paradise, with beautiful rolling hills, orchards, quiet lanes and bridleways to enjoy, not to mention the history here! There are castles, prehistoric monuments & of course the famous black & white buildings to see.

Let us help you find the best walks in Herefordshire.

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Herefordshire's History & landscapes

Arthur's Stone, Snodhill Castle, Dore Abbey, Motte & Bailey Castles, Medieval Black & White Buildings, Orchards & Beautiful Rolling Hills, what are you waiting for!? 

Whether you're looking for circular, river or woodland walks - let us know what you would like to see & we can create something just for you.

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Herefordshire Trail & Offas Dyke Path

The Herefordshire Trail is a 154 mile loop around the county and part of the Offas Dyke route goes through Herefordshire in Kington.

We can create a customised walk that takes in part of these long-distance paths and helps you experience their beauty and treasures.

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The Golden Valley Pilgrimage Routes

2 spectacular new circular pilgrimage routes along beautiful and ancient paths that begin and end at Hereford Cathedral (a 30 mile & a 60 mile walking route). The routes takes in Wye valley & the Golden Valley, flower meadows & the foothills of the Black Mountains. 

We can organise to lead you on some, or all of the pilgrimage routes, even staying overnight in the churches if you want to!

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