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Guided Bus and Train walks in Mortimer Country

Date Posted: 3rd April 2013

Guided Bus and Train walks in Mortimer Country

Borders between countries have an aura of intrigue, myth and mystery, and the one dividing England and Wales is no exception, making it just a little different as a place to go walking. So if you have itchy feet, then walk this way - through the lush, undulating landscape either side of King Offa’s 8th century earthwork border -

Walks information

The walks are provided by East Radnor Ramblers, Fourwells Ramblers, Herefordshire Ramblers, Ludlow 21, Rail Rambles and Walk Herefordshire. The walks are open to everyone; visitors to the area are very welcome. Walk Herefordshire, based in Leominster, specialises in providing guided walks and holidays.

Most of the walks are linear and use a bus or train to travel to the start point and in some cases for a return journey. You’ll need to pay the bus or train fare or use a valid concessionary pass for bus travel. Bring food and drink for the day and suitable clothing-stout footwear and warm, waterproof clothes. The grade of walk and distance is given and includes the following:

Easy: walks for anyone who does not have a mobility difficulty, specific health problem or is seriously unfit. Mostly level, possibly some gradients. Easy pace. Moderate: walks for those with a good level of fitness as they may include some steep paths and open countryside. Pace is often faster to cover mileage. Strenuous: Walks for experienced country walkers which may include several hills and rough country. Pace is faster to cover mileage.


Timetable for all the walks

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Mortimer Country Walking Festival - lots of guided walks - all summer - have a look at our walking festival e-brochure

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