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Fancy a stroll in or around Market Harborough?
Here are ten walks to get you started! Perfect for anyone who is visiting Market Harborough for the first time, is looking for walking routes for when family and friends come to visit them.
The walks range from a 15 minute stroll to a 4 hour circular walk from Market Harborough taking in the village of Great Bowden.
There is information and grading, distance and approximate time for each walk to help you decide which route is most suitable for you.
So if you fancy doing something different, the challenge is to complete all the walks building up to nearly 34,000 steps!
Pages in this section
- What is Active Together?
- Getting your recommended, weekly 150 minutes of moderate exercise just got easier!
- Healthy Harborough Walks
- Healthy Harborough Walks (When and Where)
- Fancy a stroll in or around Market Harborough?
- Children's Summer Activity 2014 brochure - Harborough
- Playing out returns to Market Harborough and Lutterworth
- Weekend Wanderer walks return! Stonton Wyville - Sunday 7 September 2014 from 10.45am
- Family Lifestyle Club in Fleckney - September 2014
- Choose to Move - new adult exercise class comes to Fleckney
- Choose to Move - new adult exercise class comes to Lutterworth
- FREE training for people who work with children aged 0-5 years - Purposeful Physical Play
- Sports equipment now available to hire out in Welland Park Café!
- Active Ageing Week in Harborough - Monday 29th September – Sunday 5th October 2014
- Lifestyle, Eating and Activity Programme 2014 dates and venues
- Anyone for tennis? Adult and child tennis coaching
- 'No Strings' Badminton in Harborough
- Pack a punch at Market Harborough's Boxing Academy!
- Park Fitness for over 50's - Welland Park - Market Harborough
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