The Isle of Man has a range of countryside on offer to tempt the outdoor sportsman, and walkers in particular. Steep hills and even Snaefell mountain offer challenges to experienced walkers, and relaxing coastal walks are available for the more casual walker.
Combined with the popularity and international recognition of events such as the Parish Walk and 100 Mile Walk, the Isle of Man is becoming an even more ideal holiday destination for walkers and their families for longer trips or even short weekend breaks. As a result of this popularity there is even the Isle of Man Walking Festival which is held for 5 day in May.
Experienced guides lead a range of walks around local routes and cater for all levels of walkers. In the evenings there are a number of social events for you to get to know your fellow walkers and enjoy one of the great local brews by a Manx brewery.
Combined with a range of ideally situated B&B options and Dark Sky viewing spots, your trip to the Isle of Man can take in all the natural wonder of the Island for as long as you want to visit.
The Isle of Man Walking Festival will take place between 28th April and 1st May 2017.