Now in its sixth year, the festival, in the heart of the North York Moors National Park in North Yorkshire, will take place on Saturday 23 and Sunday 24 June.
An ‘ale trail’ exploring the rich history of brewing in the area will be a highlight of this year’s annual Rosedale Walking Festival.
Festival participants can also choose from a selection of other walks over the weekend, including following in the footsteps of ancient traders and monks, a meander round the local teashops, and a wildlife walk.
Four of the walks are free (with a collection taken on completion of the walk for festival funds). The teashop walk costs £15 (which includes refreshments and lunch at various tea rooms along the route); A Walk in the Land of Iron, Steam and Silence costs £4; the Nordic Walking event is £5 (which includes pole hire). Children take part for free. Advance booking is advisable.
Saturday 23 June
Sunday 24 June
Walkers can turn up on the day, but numbers are limited. To book tickets in advance, please call 01751 417505 or email firstname.lastname@example.org