Returning for another year, Jersey’s Autumn Walking Week presents a diverse selection of walks for visitors to enjoy. View our unique coastal, country and village landscapes as you sample island life and meet a team of extremely knowledgable and friendly guides.
With over 40 walks across eights days to choose from, there are routes for all abilities and covering almost every aspect of the island. From strolls through villages and the town of St. Helier, to pan-island country walks and cliff path hikes, there’s something to suit the walker in everyone.
Highlights of the week include the various moonwalks across the sands and rocks of the island’s south east corner, taking in the lunar landscape of an area that has one of the world’s biggest tidal movements, and viewing the historical offshore sites of Icho Tower and Seymour Tower. On the west coast, walkers will be treated to short walks exploring coastal paths and National Trust sites, as well as longer challenging tours of the rugged and open coastline. Jersey’s occupation history takes centre stage during many walks, with a Time Team Special – ‘Living With The Enemy’ – uncovering island life during the Second World War and finishing at the world-renowned Jersey War Tunnels. And for those with a sense of daring, the evening Ghost Walks and the tours entitled ‘Murder, Muck and Mayhem’ should do the trick!
You can view the full Autumn Walking Week programme online.