Week 1 Walks
2nd to 9th May 2020
A landscape hiding a former Medina port is the setting for the start of this walk. We also see the river itself. We will briefly visit a grade 1 listed church.
Follow the “Developing River” along the Trail to Newchurch, across farmland where the river tributaries collect water from marsh and bogs. Return through Borthwood and America Wood with views across the open fertile Arreton valley. Further information on yar2020.uk
An accessible story-walk to greet the full moon with myths, legends and even a few facts. Plenty of stops for stories from storyteller, Sue Bailey. You could bring a folding chair for moon gazing, if you want to.
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
A leisurely walk through the woodland to Queen Victoria’s private beach, taking in many of the wild flowers.
A picturesque ramble through fields and along paths which may have been trodden by the 17th century scientist Robert Hooke.
Explore both sides of the marshes, searching for the lost village of Wolverton while enjoying the varied wildlife. Find out about the history and the legends of this area. The walk can be shortened if needed.
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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