Summer Kaleidoscope of colour
Pilgrimage Detour to St. Lawrence
Why you should take your mobile with you when you go for a hike.
Spring has sprung on the Isle of Wight
RSPB Bird watch Survey
The Gentle art of Tramping
love your local landscape.
Ten things to do in January
How to walk safely in the dark
Roam Free on the Isle of wight
Steam Railway Funding
New Mountain Bike Route for 2012
Winter welcomes the snow drops
Happy New Year
Our Isle of Wight Bird Race
let it snow let it snow
Wight Wanders new team member
Favorite Isle of Wight Walk
Wight Wanders Blog
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We met some wonderful people this year many walking to raise funds for various charities.
Michael Littlechild from York walked with two of his friends Rob Allardyce and Jonny Strachen around the Islands coastal path for the Limbless association in July. Website
Tue 1st October 2013
This summer has been the kind we remember from our childhood with long warm sunny days.
On the Island September and October can still be warm and dry for a lot of the time due to our maritime climate.
It has been an amazing year to spot butterflies and moths there has been clouds of spec...
Mon 23rd September 2013
We walked along the cliff path above Thorncross near Brighstone this morning and spent some time watching a small flock of birds in a stubble field that at first we thought were skylarks at a distance. We took some photos and looked up what they were when we got home and worked out they were a fir...
Thu 19th September 2013
When on a walking holiday around the Isle of Wight coastal path you can?t help but see the fabulous views, interesting buildings and varied landscape.
However, sometimes it is worth a detour off the route to visit additional places of interest.
Just outside Ventnor it is possible...
Tue 19th March 2013
For most people going on a hike is all about getting away from the stresses of everyday life. I am often tempted to take off with the minimum of equipment leaving my mobile behind so I am not bothered by any unwanted phone calls. You never know when you may find yourself in difficulty, and a mobile ...
Mon 25th February 2013