Get Walking Week
May 5, 2014
Get Walking Week, The Ramblers short walks festival returns on 3rd-10th May. Designed to help the nation discover the wonder of walking, it’s the perfect
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time to get on your feet and start walking.
Not only can walking help improve your health by keeping you active but it can also be a lot of fun! How about trading the car to get to work for a walk, getting off the bus one stop earlier or organising a walk with family or friends. Just walking 30 minutes a week can help increase can benefit both physical and mental fitness.
If you’re staying at one of hotels, walking is the best way to explore the local attractions on offer, whether you’re on a city break, seaside stay or country retreat. Our hotels will be happy to advise the best places to go for a walk in the area. Alternatively, The Ramblers will be offering lots of short accessible walks across the country to tempt us out of the house, with both guided and self-guided routes on offer, all less than five miles long.
Of course, Get Walking Week doesn’t have to be the only time you get walking, there are plenty of festivals for you to get involved with all year round.
If you visit the Peak District from 26th April-11th May, it’s the ideal time for you to join the Peak District Walking Festival. Enjoy the great outdoors, with over 100 events and walks during the festival, discover what the Peak District has to offer, from its breath-taking landscapes, to its bustling market towns and pretty villages. And if you’re looking to make a break of your visit, stay at our Menzies Derby Mickleover Court.
The 12th annual Irvine Valley Walking festival takes place on 16th and 17th May. They’ll be a programme of guided walks and outdoor activities around the picturesque Irvine Valley in East Ayrshire. Walks include ‘The Big Power Walk’, taking in the largest wind farm in Europe and a Robert Burns-themed walk including recitations of his work. After a long day of walking, rest at our Menzies Irvine Ayrshire.
Take in the stunning views of the south coast by joining the Swanage and Purbeck Walking Festival from 20th-28th September. Dorset coastal walking is spectacular. From a stroll along the beach in beautiful Victorian Swanage to a serious hike along the South West Coast Path, the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage site, the coast is truly special. Choose to stay at our Menzies Bournemouth Carlton or our Menzies Bournemouth East Cliff Court.