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Walk Location: East Wight
Isle of Wight Walking Festival

Ashey Amble
15 May
A circular walk across chalk down land and through ancient woodland looking at flora and fauna and historic landscapes with the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust
East Wight
2 miles
1
3

Earth Walk
4 May
A very local walk around Appley Park using some Earth Walk series activities to get in touch with our surroundings in interesting ways.
East Wight
0.5 miles
1
1

An around the Island walk with rest stops every 8 miles or so to help you complete your challenge. The full challenge is 106km of spectacular coastlines, dramatic cliffs and sandy beaches. Participants fundraise for over 300 different charities with an expected fundraising total of over £1 million. Please note: to register for this walk
East Wight, North Wight, South Wight, West Wight
66 miles
3
5

From Cowes to Chale: travelling clockwise along the beautiful coastline of the Isle of Wight. This fully supported charity challenge is a true test of determination and stamina. Please note: to register for this walk go to www.isleofwightchallenge.com
East Wight, North Wight, South Wight
33.5 miles
2
4

Walk, jog or run along this stunning route around the Island, which takes you from Culver Down clockwise around to Chale. Please note: to register for this walk go to www.isleofwightchallenge.com
East Wight, South Wight
16 miles
2
4

A walk that will take people through the mysterious lost village of Wolverton discovering the stories and lore surrounding it.
East Wight
5 miles
1
3

A family seaside story walk with storyteller Sue Bailey. There will be plenty of stops for stories and finding beach treasure. 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 special walk to celebrate May Day and the New Carnival Company’s, free event “All along the Riverbank”.
East Wight
5 miles
2
2

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

Bear has been stolen. Who could be so wicked? And where is he now? Listen to stories, solve riddles and follow clues to help Sue-the-storyteller find her teddy bear in this outdoor story treasure trail along the seafront at Ryde by Appley Tower.
East Wight
1 miles
1
1

Join our Travel Ambassadors on a leisurely walk from Ryde to Quarr Abbey, one of the Island’s most peaceful and serene attractions. The route is flat, off-road and ends with the opportunity to be wowed by a fascinating monastic history.
East Wight
3.5 miles
1
1

A circular walk to look at the conservation work and wildlife on the Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust nature reserves at Sandown Meadows and Morton Marsh.
East Wight
3 miles
1
2

For adults who would like to find out more about the Nordic Walking technique. Session held on Bembridge Community Recreation Field. You will be taught the correct technique and the benefits explained. Poles supplied. Max 10 people.
East Wight
00 miles
1
1

A leisurely amble around Pig Leg Lane Nature Reserve – a green oasis in the Ryde and Monktonmead Brook – the disappearing river.
East Wight
1.5 miles
1
2

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

Starting at Shanklin bus station, the walk takes you down the east coast of the island, with views looking down onto Shanklin, Sandown, Bembridge and the airport. You’ll also be able to enjoy a panoramic view from the top of Culver down, before continuing the walk down towards Bembridge.
East Wight
7 miles
2
4

A lovely accessible walk from Binstead to Quarr Abbey past the old Abbey ruins, along a quiet lane. Can be walked there and back or catch the bus back. Refreshments can be purchased at the Abbey cafe.
East Wight
0.8 miles
1
1

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
2
4

Join our Travel Ambassadors on a leisurely walk from Ryde to Quarr Abbey, one of the Island’s most peaceful and serene attractions. The route is flat, off-road and ends with the opportunity to be wowed by a fascinating monastic history.
East Wight
3.5 miles
1
1

For adults who would like to find out more about the Nordic Walking technique. Session held on Bembridge Community Recreation Field. You will be taught the correct technique and the benefits explained. Poles supplied. Max. 10 people.
East Wight
00 miles
1
1

Find out about the world of Himalayan Balsam control. If the plants are high enough you can join in. If not, we will tell you all about the Eastern Yar – it’s a lovely evening stroll along the river anyway.
East Wight
3.5 miles
1
1

A walk through Brading Marshes along much improved footpaths with a stop at Bembridge Windmill.
East Wight
6.4 miles
2
2

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

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!
Central Wight, East Wight
4 miles
1
2

This wildlife spectacular gets you up at 4:30 AM! So set your alarm and come and join us for one of nature’s great treats. We’ll hear from a host of resident and migrant songbirds (and there’s always the chance of a nightingale!).
East Wight
3 miles
1
1

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

This walk explores Ryde’s rapid Victorian development from two small villages into a fashionable ‘period’ town: seaward facing villas with large gardens, parks, squares, churchyards, and the Esplanade with its promenades, flower beds, bandstands and boating lake.
East Wight
2 miles
1
1