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Isle of Man

'We manage 22 local nature reserves, encompassing almost 300 acres of land. One of our key aims, even in the early days of the 1970s when the Trust was formed, has been the acquisition and manageme ...
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'These 1½ to 3 hour walks are planned by our experienced and knowledgeable forestry warden. The aim is to provide an introduction to walking, off the beaten track, in some of the Island's best land ...
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'The Manx Footpaths Conservation Group was established in 1991 as an independent group, following the winding up of the Manx Conservation Council, which had been formed in 1970 as ...
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The Isle of Man narrow gauge railway runs from Port Erin back to Port St Mary.


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'For most the easiest approach is to walk it in sections (sorry I'm not a purist!) and use public transport to reach start and stop-off points - all points indicated are served by buses ...'


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'The Trail starts at Quarter Bridge on the outskirts of Douglas and heads Westwards passing by Union Mills, Glen Vine, Crosby, St John's and following near the River Neb into Peel, where you finish ...
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[1] Guided Walks - - - : [2] Self Guided Walks - - - : [3] Railway Walks - - - : [4] Walking Festival - - - : [5] Geocaching


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'Isle of Man has a range of countryside on offer to tempt the outdoor sportsman, and walkers in particular. Steep hills and even Snaefell mountain offer challenges to experienced walkers, and relax ...
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