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Walk Location: Central Wight
Isle of Wight Walking Festival

In the course of a walk uphill and down, learn of the amorous adventures of Lady Worsley of Appuldurcombe and her lover (one of many) who lived at Knighton Gorges. Followed by a drink in the pub afterwards for those who would like it.
Central Wight
5 miles
2
3

A high level walk on downland with stunning views along the Worsley and Tennyson Trails to Strawberry Lane and Grammars Common. Return on a low level walk via Combe Farm and Northcourt.
Central Wight
7 miles
2
3

This Tai Chi and Qigong walk is suitable for all ages and levels of fitness. Ideal for coordination and balance, promoting control of both body and mind
Central Wight
2 miles
1
1

Walk through an orchard, cross a rare remnant of acid bog, take the views from Bleak Down. Plus an ancient church, a mill and a river. Part of the Down to the Coast celebration of East Wight.
Central Wight, East Wight
4 miles
2
3

Newchurch Parish is long. This interesting walk takes in the downs above Ryde and then the downs above Shanklin. All in the parish of Newchurch.
Central Wight
15 miles
2
4

Good views from the top of the Down, followed by a flatter walk through fields and along parts of the old Newport – Sandown railway track.
Central Wight
5.5 miles
2
3

Anecdotal guided walk visiting the landmark sites in Wootton’s musical history, including the legendary 1969 “Dylan” festival, locations used in the film “That’ll Be The Day “, and the folk club where Billy Connolly once played.
Central Wight
2
3

A circular walk around the Garlic Farm – history, archaeology, farming, environment, nature, wildlife. Advanced booking is essential for this walk. Call 01983 865378.
Central Wight
3 miles
1
2

Dodnor from prehistoric times to the world famous Victorian cement works of West Medina Mills and Wind Blade manufacture. Visit the ‘Mummies Caves’ and Dodnor Local Nature Reserve and learn how industry and nature co-exist.
Central Wight
1 miles
1
2

A beautiful circular walk in idyllic rural Wight linking Newport with Swainston Manor via a section of the old railway track through Upper Watchingwell – station for the manor – and adjacent country paths.
Central Wight
9 miles
1
3

A cross-country ramble to Ashey Station and the route of the long-abandoned mineral branch line which once served the former racecourse. Return via Sea Mark and the Downs.
Central Wight
7 miles
1
4

A walk through Newchurch and Alverstone Mead nature reserves, past a red squirrel/bird hide and over Lake Common. Return along the Yar River Trail to enjoy all the elements of the New Carnival Company’s ‘All Along the River Bank’ May Day countryside event.
Central Wight
5.5 miles
2
2

On this walk, you will join up to nine others who share an interest in the same walk topic as you, plus a walk leader who facilitates discussion. On this walk the topic is: what changes you want to make to your life and what are the best strategies for making successful life changes. The
Central Wight
3 miles
2
2

A circular walk taking in the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Martins Wood nature reserve and surrounding countryside
Central Wight
2 miles
1
2

This walk retraces the old rail route from Wootton to Newport (and back) via the Royal station of Whippingham – with ‘off the track’ stretches along riverbank and through countryside.
Central Wight
8.5 miles
1
3

From sleepy Bembridge across rolling down land and finishing at historic Carisbrooke Castle, this 12.5 mile walk is the ‘easiest’ half of Walk the Wight. Please note: to register for this walk go to www.iwhospice.org
Central Wight, East Wight
12.5 miles
2
3

From historic Carisbrooke Castle, down the Tennyson Trail through pretty Freshwater Bay and up up up! to Tennyson Monument, you’ll descend into Alum Bay with a spectacular view of The Needles. The 14 mile ‘hilly half’ of Walk the Wight is jam packed with stunning scenery. Please note: to register for this walk go to
Central Wight, West Wight
14 miles
2
3

As the name suggests, a completely flat 8 mile walk along the cycle track from Sandown to Shide. Popular with families and those with mobility issues, perfect if you want to Walk the Wight in support of the hospice but without the rigours of the main walks. Suitable for wheelchairs and robust children’s buggies. Please
Central Wight, East Wight
8 miles
1
1

The epic cross Island walk from Bembridge in the east to Alum Bay in the west. Lush, green countryside, historic villages, famous landmarks, majestic chalk cliffs and coastal views with shimmering blue seas, the full 26.5 mile walk has it all! Please note: to register for this walk go to www.iwhospice.org
Central Wight, East Wight, West Wight
26.5 miles
1

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