In some ways, it's surprising that no one has done it before.
From William Wordsworth to Thomas Hardy, human emotions and the open air have gone hand in hand.
With that in mind, there are hundreds of opportunities for walks - and some of those will introduce you to Island wildlife, or tell you stories about the Island's varied and interesting past.
Lace up those walking boots and set off on your very own adventure through the English countryside!
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Walk the Wight is the largest walk of the festival, and used to be the last to occur.
Before we set off on our three-mile love ramble, we are given a helpful pack of jolly chat-up lines: "What made you decide to go speed-dating? " And how can we possibly fail with follow-ups such as: "What would be your perfect date?
A great way to explore new parts of the Borough.uk Discover the islands, both inhabited and uninhabited, and enjoy a variety of themed and guided walks.
Experience island life, discover the islands' wild beauty, get up close to birds and wildlife unique to the archipelago, search out the ruins and legends of abandoned islands and forage for new taste sensations.Walks over six days around Islay, Jura and Colonsay.
Isle Walk is the Isle of Wight walking festival you do not want to miss. The Isle of Wight is often referred to as ‘England in Miniature’, so in just one day of walking you’ll be able to see the very best of the English countryside from sand dunes and pebbly coves to thatched villages and bustling sailing towns.
Looking for somewhere to put your feet up after a long day of walking?