The Isle of Man is famous for the variety of its walking holidays for all levels of fitness.
Whether it's climbing to the highest peaks or strolling along coastal paths, the Island has something for everyone - particularly during the Isle of Man Walking Festival when visitors from around the globe descend on our small corner of the world to share and enjoy its unique qualities.
It is said that every type of landscape found in the British Isles can be found in the Island - layered cliffs, purple mountains, gorse-clad valley slopes, sandy beaches and woodland glens.
And the trails are ideal for beginners or leisure walkers right up too the more experienced rambler - with walks or circular trails that can only take a few hours or less, to more challenging routes conquering 95 miles of coastal footpath or striving to reach the summit of Snaefell (2036 feet), the highest point in the Isle of Man.
Find out more about walking in the Isle of Man by clicking here.
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