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A great pub walk from the White Horse in Whitwell.
Great walk around the Chequers Inn where you can stop for refreshment after the effort.
This recommended walk of about 9 miles will take you over the river Medina, up and over Ramsdown to Chillerton village. Then north to Gatcombe to start the climb onto Newbarn Down and Chillerton Down with panoramic views across the island. Passing close to the TV mast you descend through the old marl pits and return via the water meadows of the wilderness.
Mostly on bridleways with some long but gentle gradients.
This walk from The Bull Ring in the centre of Brading can also start from the station. It climbs the side of the down and then descends to meander through lowland by the River Yar.
A walk across farmland and by historic Haseley Manor, one of the oldest houses on the Island.
Walk from Rookley Post office back to Rookley Main Road via Birchmore Lane. The Walk on the map actually starts and returns to Oakdene.
A lovely coastal walk from White Lion to the Buddle Inn.
A walk over the downs and through woodland around Niton and Whitwell.
Heard of the Niton tunnels ? Although the two pubs are easily walkable by road, two more suggestions as follows.
A lovely hours walk along the harbour causeway and St Helens’ Duver.
Varied and attractive shorelines, with views across Spithead, are teamed with rural and village interest. A lifeboat station, Nelsonian naval connections, and a rare telephone box are also featured.
A walk starting in Newport, along a new riverside path, by a marina and then through woods and open countryside before returning to the urban setting.
Starting in the heart of Newport, you'll soon emerge into the countryside surrounding the town, crossing open fields on the approach to Carisbrooke Castle.
A countryside walk from the village to Littletown and the Steam Railway.
A country walk through fields and woods with a short coastal section. Distant views across The Solent.