Explore the Isle of Man this Autumn with Manx Walks
 Manx Walks on Thursdays - a leisurely ladies' walk with time for lunch at the end - the Intrepid Wanderers!
It's Autumn and a great time to be out in the beautiful Manx countryside.  If you're visiting the island, a day out on a guided walk is a great way to explore the island. Joining a guided walk with a group that includes Manx residents is a lovely way to find out more about the island. If you are a local, it's a great way to rediscover the island and explore places you haven't been to for years. Maybe you have family over visiting and are looking for activities to enjoy together. If you have recently retired, this is an easy going outdoor activity in friendly company. Walking is inexpensive and fun and it's got loads of health benefits. 
Manx Walks is offering weekly, small group, guided walks – a selection of island-wide, gentle walks that are approximately 4 - 6 miles long and should take approximately 2 - 3 hrs. At the end of the walk, you’ll have the option of joining the group for a light lunch or snacks at a nearby cafe or pub. Sometimes we plan ahead and bring a picnic if the weather looks agreeable. Here is a list of the autumn walks I have planned. They are not all listed in order of date. I am going to schedule them week by week to make the most of the weather and whatever is in bloom. Send a message or email me if you want to know where we are going that week
Tholt y Will Glen, Keeill and Tholtans 
Eary Cushlin – Lag ny Killey 
Glen Maye to Niarbyl and Traie Vane
Bradda Head and Bradda Hill
Brandywell to Injebreck
Silverdale and the Silverburn
Groudle Glen and Molly Quirk's Glen
South Barrule to Cringle Plantation
Montpelier, Druidale and Sulby Reservoir
Stoney Mountain and South Barrule Plantation 
Archallagan Plantation
Glen Helen
Snaefell to Creg ny Baa - November 17th
Sulby Reservoir to Montpelier and Druidale​​​​​​​
This is a list of the walks we have done in the last few months.
Bradda Head and Fleshwick - April 7th
Injebreck Reservoir - St Lukes, `Carraghan - April 14th
Maughold Brooghs - April 21st
Cornaa and Ballaglass Glen - May 5th
Ballure, Albert Tower, Elfin Glen – May 12th
Monk Road from Glen Mooar to Switchback – May 19th
Brandywell to Ballaugh – May 26th
Port Grenaugh to Derbyhaven via Santon Gorge June 2nd
Langness and Derbyhaven – June 9th
Ballaugh Curraghs and Close Sartfield – June 17th
Brandywell, Slieau Ruy, Crosby – June 23rd - Cancelled due to illness
Peel Hill, Knockaloe and the Raggat - June 30th
St Germans to Lynague and Gob y Deigan – July 7th
Eary Cushlin to the Dalby Spook’s Doarlish Cashen - July 14th
Slieau Whallian and Arrasey - July 21st 
Bishopscourt, Glen Trunk and Kirk Michael – July 28th
Laxey to Agneash and King Orry’s Grave – August 4th
Cregneash to Spanish Head – August 11th
Point of Ayre – August 18th
Brandywell, Slieau Ruy, Crosby – August 25th
Peel Hill, Knockaloe and the Raggat – September 8th
Clypse and Conrhenny – September 15th
Colby to Scard and Earystane – postponed to September 30t
Group size is limited, so if you would like to join any of the walks, you will need to reserve a place. There are usually no more than eight women on the walk. To do so, please email catriona@manxwalks.im. Once you’re signed up, I will send you information about where we will meet, footwear etc. If I decide that a walk is not suitable because of weather conditions, I may substitute another route and would notify people who have signed up for a walk. 
If there are no spaces left on the Thursday walks, take a look at the Friday walks that Manx Walks and Walking.im put on together. They are larger groups and longer walks (usually about 6 miles), but the pace is still gentle, with plenty of time to stop and take in the views and enjoy the day. 
Each walk is £10 pp (payable on the day).  walks 
start at 10:00am and finish approx. 2 to 3 hours later.
I look forward to meeting you and taking a walk together.


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