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The Isle of Wight Walking Festival

The coastal path, Isle of Wight

This wonderful festival had to be cancelled in 2020. The 2021 date was postponed – and now, the Isle of Wight Walking Festival is back! Held later than usual (from 09 October to 22 October 2021) it should make for an interesting experience for walkers. If you’ve been before, when the festival has typically been held in May, then you’ll enjoy your favourite walks and views in the glow of autumn colours this year.

The Pepperpot, Isle of WIght

Find all the information you need on the official website HERE.

Isle of Wight Walkers’ Map

Make sure you get the most out of your visit with a really good walking map. This one from Discovery Walking Guides is ideal; large scale, clear and waterproof tto. All routes are clearly marked and easy to follow. See the details HERE.

Looking back from Barnes High, Isle of Wight
Near Luccombe Farm, Isle of Wight

Read Discovery Walking Guides’ latest ENewsletter

Check out Discovery Walking Guides’ latest ENewsletter.

It’s packed with plenty of ideas for escaping winter to wonderful warm walking destinations, plus features on the Isle of Wight and Fuerteventura.

See it all http://ymlp.com/zK1jmu

Isle Of Wight Adventure Package – now released

IOW Adventure Package Cover

GPS users take note; our latest edition Walk! The Isle of Wight walks have been transformed into pdf route cards and re-packaged with ‘OSlike’ digital mapping for the Isle of Wight and gpx waypoints.

This is a great time to explore the Isle Of Wight; school holidays are almost over and there’s always the chance of some late summer sunshine.


Isle of Wight Adventure Package:-

Isle of Wight ‘OSlike’ Custom Map

gpx waypoints,

pdf ebook of 41 A4 pages

– all delivered as a ZIP file download for £11.99

See all the details here:-


Walk! The Isle Of Wight – new edition is here!

Walk! The Isle of WightThere’s no doubt that the Isle Of Wight is a wonderful place to visit and the best way to experience the island is on foot and by bus.


Walk! The Isle Of Wight (3rd edition) details 40 step-by-step walking routes, most accessed using public bus services.Walk IOW Walk 29 sample pdf 1

Each walk has its own colour OS Map, with the walking route and waypoints highlighted.


Here’s a sample page from the book so you can see what you’re getting:-

Good pubs (author tested) are recommended at the end of many of the routes.

See all the info here:-


Worth A Read – article on the Isle of Wight in the Weekend Telegraph

Expansive views on Week Down (walk 27, Walk! The Isle of Wight)

Expansive views on Week Down (walk 27, Walk! The Isle of Wight)

There’s a good article on the Isle Of Wight in ‘Coastal England’, a supplement with yesterday’s (15 March 2014) Weekend Telegraph.

Looking towards Whitecliff Bay from the clifftop path (Walk 40, Walk! The Isle of Wight)

Looking towards Whitecliff Bay from the clifftop path (Walk 40, Walk! The Isle of Wight)

The article homes in on the rich history of the island and offers plenty of ideas of things to do. For such a small place it has a wealth of festivals, including the Isle of Wight Walking Festival.

Find it here: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/sponsored/travel/visit-england/10676115/things-to-do-on-the-isle-of-wight.html

For details of walking there see http://www.dwgwalking.co.uk/isleofwight.htm

For information on mapping look here: http://www.dwgwalking.co.uk/garminisleofwightcustommap.htm

Isle Of Wight OSlike Mapping for Garmin Ready Now

OSlike Isle of Wight cover smallJust completed – OSlike mapping, Isle Of Wight,  for Garmin users.

Find more information about OSlike Maps take a look at http://www.dwgwalking.co.uk/garminOSlikemaps.htm

Treat yourself to quality OSlike Custom Maps for your Walk! UK adventures with Garmin gps units
25k scale OSlike detail with all Walk routes highlighted, numbered and arrowed. £3.99.

Easy to load onto a microSD card to clip into your Garmin* so you have OSlike mapping on your gps.

The mapping works with any guide book though we recommend ‘Walk! The Isle Of Wight which details 40 varied routes. More information here http://www.dwgwalking.co.uk/isleofwight.htm

On the island's south coast

On the island’s south coast


Here’s your glorious view (right) while on Walk 19 Chale Bay.


The Isle Of Wight Walking Festival (3-18 May 2014) gets more popular every year.

If you want to be part of it, their official brochure can be viewed here:- http://tinyurl.com/ow6mp3s


But if you want to avoid big crowds of walkers and visitors, it might be better to go outside these dates.

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