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Walking & Hiking

  1. A walking couple stood with their backs to the camera watching the sun rise before them after completing a walk up Snaefell on the Isle of Man

    Discover the Extraordinary Story of the Isle of Man, the first entire nation in the world to be recognised as a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. A proud testament to the richness and scope of the Island’s awe-inspiring nature, its ancient and compelling history and the vibrancy of its culture.

  2. Self-Guided Walks
    Some of the Isle of Man walks are alongside old railway tracks, through enchanting glens or nearby heritage attractions. Find the best walk for you.
  3. Guided Walks
    As well as a variety of trails, active tracks and glens, the Isle of Man offers a series of guided walks for all interests.
  4. The Isle of Man is a fantastic place to explore the great outdoors, and what better way to experience it than trying one of the Island’s family friendly walks.
  5. The Raad ny Foillan, Manx Gaelic for ‘The Way of the Gull’, is the Isle of Man’s premier long distance footpath. At almost 160 km / 100 miles in length it provides the perfect opportunity to walk around a complete Nation!
  6. The Isle of Man has an excellent number of vantage points where you can spot wildlife in their natural habitats – whether that’s in the serene countryside or the extensive coastline.
  7. Walker Friendly Accommodation
    Take to our hills and experience endless walks that take you by the way of the gull. Rugged cliffs, picturesque glens, hidden coves and stunning views are just a few of the reasons that make the Isle of Man a walker's delight.
  8. Walker Friendly Eateries
    The Walkers Welcome Scheme has been developed for visitors to identify walker-friendly eateries to grab a bite to eat after an outdoors adventure – where you may not be looking or feeling your most presentable!
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