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  1. Manx Electric Railway with views of the rolling hills
    Manx Electric Railway with views of the rolling hills

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    Glen Mona Halt, Glen Mona

    Glen Mona

    Grading: Strenuous
    Distance: 11.23 km / 7 miles
    Some quiet lane walking, a Neolithic tomb, a Quaker burial ground and a coastal footpath with stunning views, all rolled into one memorable walk.

    Add Railway Ramble: Glen Mona, Maughold Village & Brooghs, Ramsey to your Itinerary

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    Port Soderick Station, Port Soderick

    Port Soderick

    Grading: Leisurely
    Distance: 4.6 miles. Discover some of the best coastal views the Island has to offer whilst walking from Port Soderick to Douglas Harbour. Take a glimpse into the Island's Victorian past by visiting the Great Camera Obscura.

    Add Railway Ramble: Port Soderick Station, Port Soderick Glen, Marine Drive and Douglas Head to your Itinerary

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    Start/Finish: Slieau Whallian Road, St Johns

    St Johns

    Grading: Moderate
    Distance/Duration: 5.3km or 3.2mi / 2h
    This walk offers rewarding views do offer a west outlook of Peel Hill and St Patrick’s Isle, Peel Castle and the mighty southern summits.

    Add 8 – West Summit to your Itinerary

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    Dhoon, Isle of Man

    Dhoon

    Grading: Moderate
    Distance: 3.2 km/ 2 miles
    The steep-sided Dhoon Glen is both atmospheric and beautiful as the River Dhoon tumbles down in a series of waterfalls to the coast.

    Add Dhoon Glen Delights to your Itinerary

  5. Halfway - Millenium Way Sign

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    Ramsey

    Ramsey

    Grading: Strenuous
    Distance: Approximately 23.26 miles

    The Millennium Way was re-established in 1979 to celebrate the Millennium year of the Manx Parliament, Tynwald. The path runs through the heart of the Island from Ramsey to Castletown.

    Add Millennium Way to your Itinerary

  6. Visitors at Port Erin Station
    Views overlooking Port Erin bay and Milners Tower
    Visitors at Port Erin Station
    Views overlooking Port Erin bay and Milners Tower

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    Port Erin Station, Port Erin

    Port Erin

    Distance: 7.5 km / 4.66 miles
    Grading: Moderate
    Incorporating a section of the Raad ny Follian, the coastal footpath, the stunning views from Milners Tower along the coastline are worth the climb.

    Add Railway Ramble: Port Erin, Bradda Glen, Bradda Head, Fleshwick Bay to your Itinerary

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    ​​​​​Start/Finish: Mountain Road, Ramsey

    Ramsey

    Grading: Difficult
    Distance/Duration: 16.2km or 10mi / 5h 20m
    A walk of two circles from Windy Corner. Offering superb views of the east coast of the Island and of the Glen Roy Valley skirting the famous Isle of Man TT Mountain Course.

    Add 3 - Central East Summits to your Itinerary

  8. Snaefell Summit
    Manx Electric Railway with views of the rolling hills
    Snaefell Summit
    Manx Electric Railway with views of the rolling hills

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    Laxey Station, Laxey

    Laxey

    Grading: Strenuous
    Distance: 20 km / 12.5 miles
    This walk takes you to the highest point on the Island, Snaefell, across open moors via the Millennium Way to the north of the Island with spectacular views throughout.

    Add Railway Ramble: Laxey, Agneash, Snaefell, Sky Hill, Ramsey to your Itinerary

  9. Derbyhaven and Langness Nature Walk
    © Peter Killey
    © Peter Killey
    Derbyhaven and Langness Nature Walk
    © Peter Killey
    © Peter Killey

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    Derbyhaven Road, Derbyhaven, Castletown, IM9 1TH

    Castletown

    Follow this short walk around the Langness Peninsula at the south-eastern tip of the Island, where you can discover a beautiful lighthouse, a stone tower on the coast, and the ruins of ancient buildings that tell the story of the English Civil War.

    Add Derbyhaven and Langness Nature Walk to your Itinerary

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    Laxey Station, Laxey

    Laxey

    Grading: Moderate
    Distance: 6.4 km / 4 miles
    Magnificent views of Snaefell and surrounding hills, the historic Great Laxey Wheel, the Viking King Orry's grave and the charming village of Laxey all combined in one circular beautiful walk.

    Add Laxey, Agneash and King Orry's Grave to your Itinerary

  11. Public Footpath near Slieau Ouyr looking south over Laxey
    Manx Electric Railway with views of the rolling hills
    Public Footpath near Slieau Ouyr looking south over Laxey
    Manx Electric Railway with views of the rolling hills

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    Glen Mona Station, Glen Mona

    Glen Mona

    Grading: Strenuous
    Distance: 9 km / 5.8 mile. A steep but rewarding walk taking you across open moorland before descending to the disused Snaefell Mines, along the valley and finally down to Laxey Village.

    Add Railway Ramble: Glen Mona, Snaefell Mines, Laxey Valley, Agneash, Laxey Village to your Itinerary

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    Castletown station, Castletown

    Castletown

    Grading: Leisurely
    Distance: 7.22 miles
    A stunning coastal walk with a historic fort and keeill thrown in for interest. A paradise for marine and bird enthusiasts.

    Add Railway Ramble: Castletown, Derbyhaven, Langness, St. Michael's Island to your Itinerary

  13. Coastal walks around the coves at Maughold
    Walkers on Port Lewaigue beach
    Looking North to the Ayres
    Maughold's open countryside
    Bluebells line the village road, with views of North Barrule
    Coastal walks around the coves at Maughold
    Walkers on Port Lewaigue beach
    Looking North to the Ayres
    Maughold's open countryside
    Bluebells line the village road, with views of North Barrule

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    Port Lewaigue Car Park, Port Lewaigue

    Port Lewaigue

    Grading: Moderate
    Distance: 7.24 km/ 4.5 miles
    This outstanding coastal walk in the north of the Island provides spectacular views, coves and the opportunity to spot plenty of wildlife, whilst walking along a part of the Raad ny Foillan.

    Add Maughold's Coast, Coves and Viking Crosses to your Itinerary

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    Glen Wyllin Campsite, Kirk Michael

    Kirk Michael

    Grading: Moderate
    Distance: 6.4 km / 4 miles
    Two beautiful glens, a disused Victorian railway line, an ancient site, a nature reserve and one of the Island’s tallest waterfalls. What more could you want from a short walk?

    Add Glen Mooar and Glen Wyllin to your Itinerary

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    The Grandstand, Douglas

    Douglas

    The Douglas Heritage and Nature Walk celebrates the variety in the town's landscapes, architecture, history and culture. The trail takes in 57 points of interest around Douglas and its outskirts starting at the famous TT Grandstand.

    Add Douglas Heritage and Nature Walk to your Itinerary

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