Week 2 Walks
12th to 19th May 2019
Come for a stroll through Parkhurst Forest. The part of the forest nearest to Tiny Homes Holidays is not as busy as some of the other areas and makes for a restful and meditative vibe. On the way we can chat about all things Tiny Homes and eco cabins! All welcome to have a look
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!).
A circular stroll following the course of the Caul Bourne upstream from Newbridge to Calbourne returning via the hamlet of Five Houses, Newtown and Shalfleet.
Explore the fascinating ‘Mummies Caves’ – part of an old cement factory – and learn how the Island was at the forefront of Victorian technology. Followed by a scenic walk through the tranquil Dodnor Creek and Dickson Copse Local Nature Reserve.
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.
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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