From the 68 mile long coastal path to the extensive network of footpaths and trails that criss cross the Island, there are walks of all lengths and abilities to suit everyone.
Not everyone is happy to just head off with a map in hand and so there are a number of guided walks which will ensure that you see exactly what you want to see. There are some great places to visit on the Isle of Wight, each with their very own unique character and heritage. Look out for some of the famous historic monuments such as St Catherine’s Oratory, Tennyson’s Monument and the Mottistone Longstone, all set on stunning rolling hills. Or try the new Warrior Trail and learn the story of a real-life war horse.
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The National Trust have put together some great walking routes which you can download HERE so give these a try.