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Week 1 Walks
2nd to 9th May 2020

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Taking in Appuldurcombe House and Park, we climb up to Stenbury Rise and around 6 Downs returning past the site of the Folly. Amazing views of the whole island on clear days.
South Wight
4 miles
2
4

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Country Park, an evening walk for walkers and their four legged friends. Enjoy stunning views across the West Wight and beyond and learn more about Gift to Nature’s management of the park.
West Wight
3 miles
1
2

A gentle stroll through the meadows and woods overlooking Newtown Harbour to listen to the dawn chorus and nature awakening. Finish with a drink and breakfast at the visitor point.
North Wight, West Wight
2 miles
1
2

How many odd socks are there in your house? In Sue-the-storyteller’s house there seem to be dozens. She’s on the hunt for some pairs. Can you help her find them? You’ll need sharp eyes and keen ears as there might be some clues in the stories she tells along the way. We’ll be walking along
North Wight
1 miles
1
1

Organised by Joli of Cowes and led by Isle of Wight Guided Tours, delve into Cowes’ fascinating past and learn all about its close connections with the royal family and its importance in the world of building boats and sailing them. Discover more about the delightful high street too.
North Wight
1 miles
1
1

A circular walk to key sites in Ventnor’s development as a Victorian health resort, discussing the climate, the health of the nation, medicine, sanatoria, hospitals and doctors.
South Wight
2.5 miles
1
1

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.

Get inspired visitisleofwight.co.uk