Posted: Mon 22nd May 2017

Holywell and Halkyn Walking Festival 2017

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Monday, May 22nd, 2017

The annual Walking Festival in Holywell and Halkyn. Holywell and the surrounding area is a wonderful base for walking enthusiasts and has been recognised and awarded Walkers are Welcome Status.

The Festival will provide 7 days of walking opportunities and activities that will provide an experience of exploring, learning more and enjoying the unique history, heritage and wonderful countryside and wide-ranging views that Holywell and district has to offer.

There will be a variety of walks from short, under one hour to all day walks with something for everyone.

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