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Rutland Walking and Cycling Festival 2018

19th May - 1st June 2018

Discover where walking and cycling can take you this summer. Every year we encourage people to take to their feet and bike to feel the benefits of walking and cycling. They are both recommended activities to lose weight, get more active and become healthier.

The Rutland Walking and Cycling Festival is back for 2018 following huge success over the last nine years. The festival is a fun packed celebration of Rutland and its glorious countryside and will host led walks and bike rides to suit all ages and abilities, perfect for a family day out. The residents of Rutland are encouraged to join the many visiting walkers and cyclists who travel from far and wide.

The festival includes a number of led walks and rides around the historic county of Rutland each day which are suitable for all ages and abilities. It's a perfect opportunity to meet new people with similar interests, explore different areas across the county and refreshments are available on many of the walks and rides.

Rutland Round: 19th May - 25th May

The Rutland Round kick starts the first week of the Rutland Walking and Cycling Festival 2018 covering 65 miles over 7 days. Whether you would like to take part on one day or the whole week, please click the link below for more information.

Walking & Cycling Activities: 26th May - 1st June

The second week of the festival involves both walking and cycling based activities and coincides with the children's school half term holidays. There are lots of activities to choose from to get out and about with the family.


Please note the programme will be available to download soon! Please keep checking back to find out about lots of exciting activities you can get involved in. If you would like a hardcopy sending out when available, please send your details to activerutland@rutland.gov.uk.

Danielle Adams

Active Rutland Officer

Rutland County Council

Rutland County Council
LE15 6HP
01572 720936 / 07765 770930

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