Discover Bristol on foot with the UK's largest urban walking festival in May, featuring themed walks and events.
Living up to its title of European Green Capital 2015, Bristol is a natural showcase for walking. With green spaces throughout the city, beautiful countryside nearby, vibrant urban culture, history, architecture and art, May’s month-long Bristol Walk Fest aims to get people out exploring a diverse, passionate and stunning city.
With over 150 walks from 60 organisations, there’s a huge range of walks on offer, all with easy-to-follow grading and descriptions –from beginner to experienced rambler and most offered free of charge. Some highlights from 2015 included a walking tour in and around the Underfall Yard - a Brunel-designed historic boatyard that is now operational again; a chance to learn the ancient Chinese exercise Qi Gong in Ashton Court and a guided tour of Leigh Woods. Aside from walking there are plenty of other activities to enjoy along the way.
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