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This guidebook contains 40 walking routes on the Isle of Man. The routes range from 2 to 22km and cover diverse landscape from open moorland and wooded glens to beaches and bare mountain tops, all with OS maps. The emphasis is on short, accessible walks but it is possible to join routes together for a longer trail.
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40 half to full day walks on the coast and fells of the Isle of Man are explored in this guidebook. Most of the walks are short and accessible for walkers of all abilities. For walkers looking for a greater challenge, there are longer adventures and plenty of opportunities to combine routes.
Walking on the Isle of Man is a clear demonstration of an island's ability to pack a diverse range of landscapes and walking into a small area. The Isle of Man is no exception, and the routes in this guide scale mountains like Snaefell, cross wide open moorlands, drift over beaches and scale coastal clifftops.
The assortment provides walkers with fantastic trails, along with detail on the wildlife, wild flowers, unique history and points of interest that the walks encounter. Alongside detailed route descriptions and OS maps, there is plenty of practical information on getting to and around the Manx Isle and advice on making the most out of any exploration of the Isle of Man.
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|About the Isle of Man|
|History and culture|
|Geology and vegetation|
|A wealth of wild flowers|
|The Three Legs of Man|
|Walking and access|
|Using this guide|
|Walk 1 Ayres, Point of Ayre and Bride|
|Walk 2 Sulby and the Millennium Way|
|Walk 3 Slieu Curn and Slieu Dhoo|
|Walk 4 Orrisdale and Glen Trunk|
|Walk 5 Kirk Michael and Slieau Freoaghane|
|Walk 6 Slieau Freoaghane and Sartfell|
|Walk 7 Sulby Reservoir|
|Walk 8 Upper Sulby Glen|
|Walk 9 A taste of the Millennium Way|
|Walk 10 Maughold Brooghs and Port Mooar|
|Walk 11 Cornaa and Ballaglass Glen|
|Walk 12 Dhoon Glen|
|Walk 13 Clagh Ouyr and North Barrule|
|Walk 14 Snaefell from the Bungalow|
|Walk 15 Laxey, Agneash and King Orry’s Grave|
|Walk 16 The Snaefell Mines|
|Walk 17 Groudle Glen and Baldrine|
|Walk 18 Crosby, Baldwin and Union Mills|
|Walk 19 Slieau Ruy and Greeba Mountain|
|Walk 20 Peel Hill and Corrins Hill|
|Walk 21 St John’s, Patrick and the Heritage Trail|
|Walk 22 Glen Maye, the coast path and Patrick|
|Walk 23 Glen Maye, Niarbyl Bay and Dalby Mountain|
|Walk 24 Glen Maye to Glen Rushen|
|Walk 25 Glen Maye, Glen Rushen and the Postman’s Path|
|Walk 26 Cronk ny Arrey Laa|
|Walk 27 South Barrule Summit|
|Walk 28 South Barrule Forest Walk and Corlea Plantation|
|Walk 29 Lhiattee ny Beinnee and Fleshwick Bay|
|Walk 30 Bradda Head and Bradda Hill|
|Walk 31 Port Erin to Peel|
|Walk 32 Mull Hill, Spanish Head and The Chasms|
|Walk 33 Mull Hill and Cregneash|
|Walk 34 Port St Mary, The Sound and Port Erin|
|Walk 35 Colby Glen, Ballakilpheric and Bay ny Carrickey|
|Walk 36 Scarlett Point|
|Walk 37 Silverdale Glen|
|Walk 38 Port Grenaugh, Port Soldrick and Cass ny Hawin|
|Walk 39 Port Grenaugh and Santon Head|
|Walk 40 Derbyhaven, St Michael’s Island and Langness|
|Appendix A Route summary table|
|Appendix B Longer waymarked walks|
|Appendix C Useful contacts|
|Appendix D Further reading|
|Appendix E Glossary of Manx terms and place names|