Week 1 Walks
2nd to 9th May 2020
This walk route flexible, but any route will head to some high points offering fabulous views of the island and it’s coastline. Eagle sightings unlikely, but we will encounter plenty of other wildlife along the way and get a feel for the landscape that these magnificent birds now call home.
See inside the two restored Victorian Chapels and take a guided walk through history. We will take in everything from Victorian symbolism to prominent people of the town, to graves from two World Wars and beyond, all within beautiful grounds rich in flora and fauna.
Anecdotal circular walk to visit the site of the legendary 1969 Isle of Wight “Dylan” Festival, plus other landmarks in Wootton’s musical heritage, including The Sloop Folk club and locations from the film “That’ll be the Day”.
Walk to Niton via down land and coastal routes. Return along “The Young River” section through Whitwell and Roud. The route passes along easy tracks and through interesting marshland whilst offering a section beside the infant stream. Further information on Yar2020.uk. Four walks cover the Trail from Source to Sea. Enjoy a single day but
A slightly challenging circular walk incorporating steep ascents and descents as we cross 6 different Downs with spectacular views spanning the south of the Island.
East Wight, South Wight
There will be a commentary of all the interesting places – mostly hotels & WWII bombed areas – walking roads running North to South between Hope Road and Shanklin Chine.
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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