Week 1 Walks
4th to 11th May 2019
See inside the restored twin Victorian Chapels before taking a walk through history from Victorian symbolism, prominent people of the town, to graves from two World Wars, all within beautiful grounds rich in flora and fauna (including red squirrels!).
Bear has been stolen. Who could be so wicked? And where is he now? Listen to stories, solve riddles and follow clues to help Sue-the-storyteller find her teddy bear in this outdoor story treasure trail along the seafront at Ryde by Appley Tower.
Explore Victorian Newport associated with John Milne, the father of seismology. The walk includes stops at Shide, Barton Church and Quay Arts Centre. At the end a visit to the Carisbrooke Castle Museum earthquake display will be available.
Enjoy a guided walk around the walled garden, pleasure grounds and terraces to see the best of the late spring flowers.
A lovely stomp up big hills and past hidden waterfalls with astonishing views of the English Channel over the most wild parts of the Island. For those who like a long stroll in the countryside, this is a goodun!
Join our Travel Ambassadors on a leisurely walk from Ryde to Quarr Abbey, one of the Island’s most peaceful and serene attractions. The route is flat, off-road and ends with the opportunity to be wowed by a fascinating monastic history.
This circular route is mostly along high paths to benefit from the best vantage points of the land below including the spectacular views of Chillerton Village in the second half.
A circular walk to look at the conservation work and wildlife on the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust nature reserves at Sandown Meadows and Morton Marsh.
The Isle of Wight is great for walking all year round. With peaceful countryside and stunning coastal views there is a route for everyone. Whether you want to explore on your own and see where the mood takes you or use one of our many suggested itineraries we have something to suit.
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