Lush, green countryside, historic villages, famous landmarks, majestic chalk cliffs and coastal views with shimmering blue seas - Walk the Wight has all this and more! With a choice of five distances and free bus travel to and from every walk, it’s easy for everyone to get involved and support Islanders and their families.
You’ll receive the iconic Island shaped Walk the Wight with Mountbatten medal when you cross the finish line!
From Bembridge in the east to Alum Bay in the west - the Main walk is the epic cross Island challenge that Walk the Wight is famous for!
Taking in 8 miles of cycle path from Sandown to Shide, the Flat walk is accessible for wheelchair users and popular with young families and older participants alike.
The Island's primary school children take on the challenge of walking 26 miles during their everyday walking activities - completing the last four miles on the day of Walk the Wight, known as The Schools Walk
Sunday walkies don't get much better than this! Register your dog to join you on your walk and they will receive their own walker number and medal.