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Walks in Cardiff


Cardiff Walking for Health is a series of organised led walks throughout the city, designed to encourage Cardiff's residents to exercise more. The walks have been developed by walk leaders and other support staff. Walkers are advised to start gently for a few weeks and build up to something a little more testing when they are ready.

The walks are open to all with some being more suited to those with wheelchairs and pushchairs (please contact our Co-ordinator for further advice).

Regular walking at a brisk pace can help people feel better in many ways: It's friendly and sociable. It's free, frequent and fun. It can help you lose weight. It can help you improve your general health. It can help people get out and mix with other local people.

Cardiff Walking for Health_Cathays (Group)

Weekly walk Date and Time: Tuesday 10.30am Meeting point: Cathays Cemetery (in the cemetery behind Cathays Library, top of Fairoak Road) Details: Health walk More information

Cardiff Walking for Health_Heath Park (Group)

Weekly walk Date and Time: Sunday 14:30 Meeting point: The Concourse, University Hospital of Wales, Heath Park Details: Health walk More information

Cardiff Walking for Health_Rhiwbina (Group)

Weekly walk Date and Time: Thursday 10:30am Meeting point: Rhiwbina Library Details: health walk More information

Cardiff Walking for Health_Llanishen (Group)

Weekly walk Date and Time: Monday 13.30 Meeting point: Church Inn in Llanishen Village, CF14 5EH Details: Health Walk More information

Rhydypennau Wanderers (Group)

Rhydypennau Wanderers Meet at the library for short health walks at 10:30am. Next walk on Saturday 23rd June. Please contact Rhydypennau Library for details of future walks.   More information

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