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Week 2 Walks
10th to 17th May 2020

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Join IOW Long Distance Walkers Association on their annual three day walk round the Island.
East Wight, South Wight, West Wight
22 miles
3
4

Walking up bridleway between fields we reach Freemantle Gate where Queen Victoria’s carriage passed to visit Appuldurcombe House. Skirting the home farm with a detour to the Worsley monument, we continue through Beech Copse with its bluebells in a circular route.
Central Wight, South Wight
2.5 miles
2
3

A beautiful walk starting from Isle of Wight Pearl on the coast through to Mottistone Hollows up the mysterious Longstone. Take in the heights of Brighstone Down before ascending towards Brighstone Village. Ramble across the village back to Chilton Chine for a cuppa back at the Pearl Café.
South Wight
6 miles
1
4

Meet in the Villa’s cafe, ascend Brading Down via the Butterfly walk, then descend into Nunwell and walk along the old railway from Bembridge.
East Wight
4 miles
2
2

A family seaside story walk with plenty of stops for stories and finding beach treasure, with storyteller Sue Bailey. Find out why the crab has no head, or why the sea is salty. Wear suitable beach shoes!
East Wight
1 miles
1
2

A short walk highlighting prominent Victorians who came to see Queen Victoria at Osborne. You will be guided along the route by a Victorian worker who will tell you all about the royal visitors. The route follows the steps of the famous who came to see their Queen on the Isle of Wight.
North Wight
1.5 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