From sleepy Bembridge across rolling down land and finishing at historic Carisbrooke Castle, this 12.5 mile walk is the ‘easiest’ half of Walk the Wight. Please note: to register for this walk go to www.mountbatten.org.uk/about-walk-the-wight
From historic Carisbrooke Castle, down the Tennyson Trail through pretty Freshwater Bay and up up up to Tennyson Monument, you’ll descend into Alum Bay with a spectacular view of The Needles. The 14 mile ‘hilly half’ of Walk the Wight is jam packed with stunning scenery. Please note: to register for this walk go to www.mountbatten.org.uk/about-walk-the-wight
As the name suggests, a completely flat 8 mile walk along the cycle track from Sandown to Shide. Popular with families and those with mobility issues, perfect if you want to Walk the Wight in support of the hospice but without the rigours of the main walks. Suitable for wheelchairs and robust children’s buggies. Please
The epic cross Island walk from Bembridge in the east to Alum Bay in the west. Lush, green countryside, historic villages, famous landmarks, majestic chalk cliffs and coastal views with shimmering blue seas, the full 26.5 mile walk has it all! Please note: to register for this walk go to www.mountbatten.org.uk/about-walk-the-wight
A special sponsored walk along this trail which was created in celebration of one of the Isle of Wight’s most prominent First World War stories; that of General Jack Seely and his horse Warrior – a real-life War Horse.
This is a circular walk on bridleways, footpaths and rural lanes in the centre of the Island, through a mix of arable, downs and woodland, with plenty of stunning views from high points and opportunities to spot birds, animals and wildflowers.
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.