Hertfordshire Health Walks

Hertfordshire Health Walks

Hertfordshire Health Walks is a countywide initiative of free, led walks coordinated by Countryside Management Service (CMS). It aims to help promote walking and encourage more people (all ages, backgrounds and abilities) to get outdoors, get more active and reap the benefits.

The Hertfordshire Health Walks schemes have around 270 trained volunteers leading a programme of 55 walks a week. We work in partnership with a variety of organisations throughout the county as well as forming part of the national campaign, Walking for Health (WfH).

Walking is a real positive for your health.  It has been shown that walking improves mental and physical wellbeing and can also prevent, help manage and rehabilitate from ilnesses.  Hertfordshire Health Walks are an ideal way of taking exercise.  There are local walks to suit all ages and abilities and completely FREE.

Lots more information, including local schedules, is availbale on the Health Walks website.

Broxbourne and Stevange Borough Councils run their own health walk schemes

Walks & More

Walks & More lists a variety of outdoor activities aimed at inspiring you to explore the Hertfordshire countryside. Activities include walks, cycle rides and family events led by someone familiar with the area who can help you get the most out of your local countryside.  As 2015 is the Hertfordshire Year of Walking, so what better time to explore you local countryside?

 

Hertfordshire Year of Walking

Hertfordshire County Council has nomintaed 2015 as Hertfordshire Year of Walking.  The campaign aims to inspire and motivate more people in the county to walk, whether that’s for exercise, leisure or simply getting from A to B.

We're especially targeting people who are currently inactive or new to walking, but there is plenty happening for experienced walkers too.  Pledge your support here.

Why not tweet your photos of you walking using the hashtag #hertsyearofwalking

Last modified: 

05 May 2015