Guided Walking Tours in Herefordshire

Love Walking? Discovered Herefordshire & The Welsh Marches yet?

Herefordshire offers 2100 miles of largely undiscovered and unspoilt footpaths. These include the 154 miles of the recently opened Herefordshire Trail. It is the longest long distance trail in England, which is within the same county boundary. Go to our One Stop Walk Shop for guided walks for both the novice & adventurous walker.

Due to customer demand we developed a range of walking holidays. Walkherefordshire.com attracts walkers from the U.K and abroad. Our unique short break packages let you choose where you stay.

Love Walking? Discovered Herefordshire & The Welsh Marches yet?

Herefordshire offers 2100 miles of largely undiscovered and unspoilt footpaths. These include the 154 miles of the recently opened Herefordshire Trail. It is the longest long distance trail in England, which is within the same county boundary. Go to our One Stop Walk Shop for guided walks for both the novice & adventurous walker.

Due to customer demand we developed a range of walking holidays. Walkherefordshire.com attracts walkers from the U.K and abroad. Our unique short break packages let you choose where you stay.

About Us

Walkherefordshire.com is the brainchild of Dennis Downey, who moved to Herefordshire 20 years ago. Since living in the county, he has developed his interest expertise and love of the outdoors whilst exploring the fine walking country in Herefordshire and the surrounding area.

Dennis now wishes to share his unique knowledge and experience with others,he has extensive experience of long distance walks, having completed the Big Black Mountain Challenge for charity twice.

He has walked often on Offa’s Dyke and completed Glyndwr’s Way, the Shropshire Way and the Worcestershire Way.

Services

All our services have been assessed as Covid safe.

Contact Us

Services

All our services have been assessed as Covid safe.

Testimonials

“I felt that the expedition went really well. The route was nice and the views from the top of the hills (enormous) almost made the effort of climbing up worth it. The map reading was challenging at times but quite fun, overall the whole experience was challenging but very rewarding at the end of each day”