Isle of Man Coastal Path

Raad Ny Foillan - The Way of the Gull; The Millennium and Herring Ways

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9781852848798
Published
15 Apr 2018
Edition
Fourth
Pages
160
Size
17.2 x 11.6 x 1.2cm

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Guidebook to walking the Isle of Man coastal path, the Way of the Gull (Raad ny Foillan). The spectacular 98 mile route is described in 9 stages and takes in beaches, glens, moorland and rugged sea cliffs. It can be walked in around a week. Two other paths, the Millennium Way (Bayr ny Ree) and the Herring Way (Bayr ny Skeddan), are also described.

Seasons Seasons
Year-round walking on the Isle of Man is possible, although spring and summer weather is best. April, May and June are driest; May, June and July are sunniest; July and August are warmest.
Centres Centres
Douglas, Ramsey, Castletown, Port Erin, Peel, Kirk Michael
Difficulty Difficulty
Mainly coastal walking with short ups and downs. Stages up to 15 miles long.
Must See Must See
Point of Ayre, historic Laxey, the cliffs and secluded bays and inlets of the south and west and the remote west coast. Sea life and birds.
Availability
Not Yet Published
ISBN
9781852848798
Published
15 Apr 2018
Edition
Fourth
Pages
160
Size
17.2 x 11.6 x 1.2cm
  • Overview

    Raad ny Foillan (The Way of the Gull) is a 98-mile footpath around the Isle of Man. The route description is set out as a circuit and split into stages, with the longest walk being 15.5 miles and the shortest being 7 miles. Any fast walkers may wish to complete two stages per day, while those progressing at a more leisurely pace may decide to amble along and take in the splendid attractions along the way. There are two other walks described in this guidebook. The 23 mile Millennium Way, which follows the ancient route of the kings, from Ramsey to Castletown, and the 14 mile Herring Way, which takes a more traditional route from Peel to Castletown. Both these routes cross the hills of the island's interior and can be combined to make an interesting longer walk.

  • Contents

    Introduction
    How to get there
    The best time to walk
    Accommodation
    Parking
    Public transport
    Climate
    Tides and times
    Maps and compasses
    Geology
    Nature along the footpaths
    History
    1 Raad ny Foillan: The Way of the Gull
    Stage 1 Douglas to Castletown
    Stage 2 Castletown to Port St Mary
    Stage 3 Port St Mary to Port Erin
    Stage 4 Port Erin to Peel
    Stage 5 Peel to Kirk Michael
    Stage 6 Kirk Michael to Point of Ayre
    Stage 7 Point of Ayre to Ramsey
    Stage 8 Ramsey to Laxey
    Stage 9 Laxey to Douglas
    2 The Millennium Way
    Stage 1 Ramsey to Crosby
    Stage 2 Crosby to Castletown
    3 Bayr ny Skeddan: The Herring Way
    Bayr ny Skeddan The Herring Way

    Appendix A Glossary of Manx words
    Appendix B Selected bibliography
    Appendix C Route summary table
    Appendix D IOM Coastal Footpath accommodation list

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Aileen Evans

Aileen Evans has spent all her life enjoying climbing, walking and travel. She is author or co-author of several Cicerone guides, mainly to the Lake District, where she and her husband Brian have spent many years walking and climbing.

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