Walks

There are some fabulous walks here, from just outside your door along the beach or heading up to the downs to enjoy the vast views. What we have done here is put together some special walks which you might enjoy. You also might want to link up with the pub guide here

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Sandown to Ryde
Walking

A Coastal walk starting on the victorian Sandown promenade then rising up the chalk cliffs of Culver downs and round to the calm shore's of Bembridge. You can find more infor on this walk on the website below.

www.visitbembridge.co.uk

 

Culver Trail
Culver Trail
Walking


The Culver trail is a 3.75 mile circular walk. Take care on this walk as there are a number of stiles and steep sections of this trail. However the stunning scenery makes the hike well worth while. Visit the webpage below for more information on this walk.

www.visitbembridge.co.uk

Brading
Brading Histree trail
Walking

The Culver trail is a 3.75 mile circular walk. Take care on this walk as there are a number of stiles and steep sections of this trail. However the stunning scenery makes the hike well worth while. Visit the webpage below for more information on this walk.

www.walkinginwight.com

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Compton downs Butterfly Walk
Walking

Spot Butterflies on one of the most stunning parts of the Island. Including Adonis blue, small blue, dark-green fritillary and Glanville fritillary.

You can find a map of this walk on the National trust website.

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Views of Ventnor
Walking

This 1.5 mile walk is short but challenging, mostly on grassy paths with spectacular views over the solent. This walk is fairly strenuous with a few challenging hills to conquer but its well worth it.

To find more information on this walk 

Visit;  www.nationaltrust.org.uk/ventnor-downs/trails/down-south-views-of-ventnor-walk 

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