Explore the most popular Bird Watching trails in Isle of Wight with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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muddy
1 month ago

One of my favourite Isle of Wight trails, walked by water, through woodland and fields; and it was buggy friendly!

Enjoyable stroll, walking on mostly stones, we took our newborn in pram and had no troubles. Nice views of a lake, some woodlands and fields nice and diverse. Would recommend

Beautiful views at the beginning of the trail - the sea, needles and fields, my favourite part of the trail. walked through different terrain - fields, woodland, road etc wasn’t too bad with the buggy, picked some blackberries along the way!

First half more enjoyable than the second half, some nice views of the needles and then through a forest, second half just long roadways with tall bushes either side, took us longer because we where foraging for blackberries and mushrooms, we was going to stop off at mottistone gardens but arrived too late.

Can't seem to get this app to function properly. Features look really good but on selecting a 12 km walk and touching start it will then only show the first section of the walk, no good at all.

First half is definitely more fun but plenty of views and quite gentle despite the elevation

Great walk for children. We did this walk. It did take just under 4 hours but we did have a 5year old and 7 year old. 3 or 4 stops to eat and a few more stops to grab some Geo Caches. But a really enjoyable walk with the kids!

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private property
8 months ago

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7 months ago