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Active Herefordshire
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One of the biggest reasons people come to Herefordshire is to enjoy the great outdoors with an invigorating activity in our rolling countryside, majestic mountains and beautiful rivers.
Summit Mountaineering
Looking for that next challenge?
The experts at Summit Mountaineering offer safe hands to guide you through or give training in the beautiful uplands of Britain including the Wye Valley and Herefordshire’s neighbour, the Brecon Beacons. Using a unique range of activities they deliver just the right amount of challenge and fun to suit all ages and abilities whether, adults, children, families or groups.
HS Activities
Looking for something for your group activity? From their rural farm, HS Activities brings you paint balling, clay shooting, archery and more. Perfect to entertain your family, as it's flexible for all ages and ideal to plan in for a group of friends to break up your country stay. You might even want to stay in the adjacent holiday cottages - see Much Dewchurch advert P34.
Kington Golf Course
Perfect your swing at the highest golf course in England at Kington. Noted for its spectacular views and as one of the country's finest inland link courses, this club welcomes visitors and offers a great discount when you bring this advert with you.
Take advantage of the beautiful River Wye and indeed the many other smaller waterways that run from and into it, with a relaxed or even a competitive day’s fishing. For some real river action Herefordshire is the canoeists paradise, with chilled out routes from Hay on Wye, right through Hereford itself and on down to the faster flowing waters of the Wye Valley.
Though possibly one of the most popular pastimes for all ages and abilities in Herefordshire is walking. With dedicated routes ranging from localised leisure and circular trails (conveniently taking in pubs and useful stops) embracing landmarks and heritage, to more strenuous challenges taking on hills and peaks, or point-to-point markers, Herefordshire celebrates walking with a host of festivals and mapped walks including the Mortimer Trail, the Herefordshire Trail, Hergest Ridge and many more. The county’s B&Bs encourage and welcome active guests and many of the towns promote their walkers are welcome status.
Find many more activities in Herefordshire online under ENJOY on our website.
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