Take a gentle stroll following harbour walls and coastal paths through the varied habitats of the Island’s only National Nature Reserve. Visit a Town Hall with a colourful past as sail boats bob in the distance.
Walk the chalk ridge running through the middle of the Isle of Wight and spot wonderful butterflies on one of our best bits of chalk downland, including Adonis blue, small blue, dark-green fritillary and Glanville fritillary.
The White Cliffs of Dover are perhaps most famous as an iconic landmark. The white chalk face is a symbol of home and war time defence, but they have so much more to offer; stunning views, a serene walk and a wealth of wildlife.
Walk our moderately challenging route to the most southerly point of the Isle of Wight. Boasting panoramic views and a wealth of wildlife, take in the Island's only surviving onshore lighthouse as you go.
Explore the sandy spit of St Helens Duver on this moderately challenging coastal walk. Take in busy Bembridge harbour, pass along the rocky seashore then climb up inland via picturesque St Helens village.
An invigorating downland walk, with a splendid view of the iconic Needles plus a 19th-century fort, Cold War rocket test site and a monument to a Victorian poet laureate. And along the way, you can re-fuel with a bite to eat in the Needles Old Battery tea-room.
Discover and download a few of our top circular walks in the South East. Loop around coast and countryside from start to finish taking in hilltop viewpoints in Surrey, sandy beaches at East Head or the idyllic rural location at Standen.
Share a wander in the great outdoors with your four-legged friends. Encounter wagging tails on woodland trails or padding paws in wide open parkland. Keep things fresh with a wide variety of trails ready to welcome you and your happy hound.
Create special memories on one of our trails where you’ll find areas of interest for both big kids and little ones. Let your imagination run wild in the story telling chairs at Sheffield Park or come face to face with a woodland wizard at Hatchlands Park.