Talgarth Walking Festival in Wales celebrating 10th anniversary

Brecon Beacons Wales

The town of Talgarth, which lies at the northern edge of the Bannau Brycheiniog National Park in Wales, takes place from May 3 to 6. This is the tenth anniversary of the event.

The festival starts with a talk on the Friday evening. There are more than 20 walks on the programme, many of which are already sold out. Dogs are not allowed on any of the walks.

The history, geology and nature of the region are celebrated through some of the walks. Offa’s Dyke also features in some of the planned hikes. Sunday sees the 8.8-mile Talgarth Fell Race, which is limited to 100 runners. Booking for this is not done through the festival website; it can be accessed here.

The Talgarth and District Regeneration Group (TDRG) will be hosting Tulip Teas from 10am to 6pm each day throughout the walking festival.

All walks and events that are not currently sold out can be booked on the festival website.