Exciting news! The official Bristol Walk Fest programmes (6,000 copies) are now available to pick up from many venues across the city.

The programme includes over 100 walks and events across the month of May. Whether you like historical tours, nature walks, exploring street art, walking sports, or you just want to get fit and enjoy some fresh air, there’s something for everyone.

Most of the walks are free and some require advanced booking.

Whilst stocks last, you can pick up a programme from local Bristol libraries and the Bristol Tourist Information Centre. You can also call into the following locations to pick up a programme:

  • GP surgeries across Bristol
  • Community centres across Bristol
  • Bristol South Swimming Pool
  • Horfield Leisure Centre
  • Henbury Leisure Centre
  • Easton Leisure Centre
  • Kingsdown Sports Centre
  • St Paul’s Community Sports Academy
  • Hengrove Park Leisure Centre
  • Jubilee Swimming Pool and Expressions Gym
  • M Shed
  • Blaise Castle House Museum
  • Bristol Museum and Art Gallery
  • St Nicholas Market
  • Cabot Circus
  • The Galleries
  • Bristol Old Vic Theatre
  • Arnolfini
  • We The Curious
  • St George’s Bristol
  • The Watershed
  • Bristol Bus Station
  • Waitrose Clifton
  • Tesco Eastville
  • Clifton Suspension Bridge
  • Airhop Trampoline Park
  • Temple Meads Train Station
  • Asda Bedminster
  • Bristol City Football Stadium
  • Colston Hall
  • Sainsburys Winterstoke
  • Long Ashton Park and Ride
  • Ashton Court Estate
  • Create Centre
  • Bristol Zoo
  • Tesco Henleaze
  • Blaise Castle Estate café
  • Asda Filton
  • Morrisons Cribbs Causeway
  • Bristol Airport
  • The Mall Cribbs Causeway
  • Brislington Park & Ride
  • Morrisons Hartcliffe

Programmes will also be available from Walk Fest in The Vestibule from 1 to 4 May and the Bristol Ramblers stand at Redlands Fair on Monday, 7 May from 11am to 5pm.

The listings in this programme are just a flavour of what’s on. Please visit our events page for the full listings and details.