Later this month walkers from across Britain will descend upon the Isle of Wight for its autumn walking festival. With plenty of routes around the island – both countryside and coastal – as well as quaint villages to call into along the way, there’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained.
This year marks the 16th anniversary of the annual Isle of Wight Walking Festival, which has grown to over 200 planned walks, making it (we think!) the biggest in Europe.
Starting on 3 May, the walking festival boasts 16 days of walks for people of all abilities, from toddlers to great-grandparents, and experienced hikers to casual walkers. All the planned walks will be led by the knowledgeable walk leaders who help to make the most of the scenery and history of the area.