Win an Isle of Wight Walking Festival Short Break Visit Isle of Wight has teamed up with Warner Leisure Hotels and Wightlink to offer you the chance to win a relaxing short break for two on the Isle of Wight during the Isle of Wight Walking Festival. Enter at https://www.visitisleofwight.co.uk/competitions/win-an-isle-of-wight-walking-festival-short-break and you’ll be in with a chance of winning
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If you’re looking to escape the world of phones and play stations this May then look no further! We believe we have what it takes to keep all the family engaged, with a whole range of exciting family walks available throughout the Walking Festival this year. Here’s just a handful of some of our favourites:
If you’re looking to build your holiday around the Isle of Wight Walking Festival this year, it’s a good idea to keep your eyes on our ‘offers’ page on Visit Isle of Wight. We can help show you where to find the best deals from accommodation to ferry bookings to places to eat. This page
Walking is a fantastic way to not only see new places but also learn new things. The Isle of Wight Walking Festival this year is excited to bring you plenty of walks which offer the chance of learning a whole new skill. Having recently moved to the Isle of Wight, Sue Whitmarsh is joining us
An abbreviated, but printable version of all the walks for this year’s Isle of Wight Walking Festival is available here. If you don’t have a printer or are unable to download and print, you can pick up a copy (costing 60p) from the Isle of Wight Visitor Information Centre, Newport Isle of Wight, PO30 1TY.
Every couple of weeks we will aim to highlight the variety of walks available to you during this years Isle of Wight Walking Festival – today we are kick starting with a handful of Victorian themed walks. The Isle of Wight is often referred to as ‘Victoria’s Island’ as Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, along
Thanks to Isle of Wight Walking Festival sponsors, Warner Leisure Hotels, Visit Isle of Wight are looking forward to welcoming approximately 60 walk leaders to Bembridge Coast Hotel on 4th April as they gear up to the 21st Anniversary of the Isle of Wight Walking Festival, running from 4th to 19th May 2019. The Isle
What a fantastic end to the year, announcing the walks for the 2019 Isle of Wight Walking Festival and with over half being new walks! As one of the UK’s oldest running walking festivals, it is very important to us to keep the tradition of the event alive whilst also appealing to all ages and
Keep your eyes peeled on the website on Monday 17th December as we will have approx. 100 walks coming your way! In order to assist our brilliant volunteer Walk Leaders in 2019, we are asking all attendees of the Walking Festival to pre-register for their walks this year. You will have right up until just
The Isle of Wight Ramblers are looking for your help to save our paths! Well over 500 miles of public paths criss-cross the Island. This network has evolved over centuries with many paths dating back to medieval times – or earlier! These paths link villages, hamlets, roads and towns – they describe how generations before
Now into its eighth year, Red Funnel’s myIsleofWight Awards returns to showcase the very best tourism businesses on the Island and give visitors the opportunity to vote for their favourites. We are delighted to see the Isle of Wight Walking Festival has been shortlisted for the ‘Best Way to Explore the Outdoors’ category and we
We are have been overwhelmed with the number of new Walk Leaders who have stepped forward this year to lead a plethora of new walks around our beautiful island. There really is something for everyone. Keep your eyes peeled on the website this month as walks will be going live very soon!
Are you a walker with a passion for sharing your favourite spots with others? If so, we need you! The Isle of Wight Walking Festival is built upon the shoulders of volunteers who love to share their favourite walks with visitors and locals alike. If you’d like to know more about what being a volunteer