Week 2 Walks
12th to 19th May 2019
A scenic walk through two nature reserves with possible sightings of red squirrels and bird life, insects and wild plants. The walk will be followed by tea & cakes!
Central Wight, East Wight
Join the Isle of Wight Long Distance Walkers Association on their annual three day walk around the Island.
North Wight, West Wight
A walk with views that will not be bettered anywhere on the Isle Of Wight. Vistas of Chale, Culver Down or distant views of Portsmouth, are a reminder that Chillerton is at the centre of the Island.
This wildlife spectacular gets you up at 4:30 AM! So set your alarm and come and join us for one of nature’s great treats. We’ll hear from a host of resident and migrant songbirds (and there’s always the chance of a nightingale!).
This walk explores Ryde’s rapid Victorian development from two small villages into a fashionable ‘period’ town: seaward facing villas with large gardens, parks, squares, churchyards, and the Esplanade with its promenades, flower beds, bandstands and boating lake.
Admire Shanklin’s panoramic coastal views, Chine, Old Village and hills whilst discovering its volunteer community aspect, all with a hint of history. Refreshments will be provided at the Victorian Shanklin Theatre, one of the town’s greatest volunteering success stories.
A circular stroll from Chale Green up to the Hoy Monument, St Catherine’s Down, Southdown and Pyle to Gladices and returning to Chale Green.
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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