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Week 2 Walks
10th to 17th May 2020

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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 at the Warden’s house!
Central Wight, East Wight
4 miles
1
2

Join the Isle of Wight Long Distance Walkers Association on their annual three day walk around the Island.
North Wight, West Wight
26 miles
3
5

As part of the Golden Hill anniversary celebrations, join Gift to Nature for an easy stroll around Golden Hill Country Park, taking in stunning views of West Wight and the Solent, and learn of the nature and heritage of this special site.
West Wight
1 miles
1
1

Island views
17 May
This is a strenuous circular walk from Ventnor, over St Boniface Down with spectacular views over areas of outstanding natural beauty; Sandown Bay followed by Appuldurcombe and Stenbury Downs.
South Wight
9 miles
2
4

A beautiful walk starting from IOW 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, West Wight
6 miles
1
4

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
1.5 miles
1
1

Admire Shanklin’s panoramic coastal views, the ravine of the Chine, the Old Village and hills whilst discovering its volunteer community aspects, all with a hint of history. Refreshments will be provided at the historic Shanklin Theatre, one of the town’s greatest volunteering success stories.
East Wight
4 miles
2
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