This is a Linear walk starting in Cowes follows the more remote part of the Coastal path then around Newtown Creek before heading inland across Downs and through Coombs. Combe or Coombe or Coombes is a local term meaning short closed-in valley, either on the side of a down or running up from the sea. It appears in place-names, as a termination such as in Wydcombe, Nettlecombe, Appuldurcombe and Luccombe all of which are found on the way.
Graded as Leisurely Plus this is walk of relatively short daily distance but there a few stiff climbs on days 5 and 6.
Little trodded paths. The secluded Newton Creek and birdlife. Headon warren with its wild heather and bracken landscapes The Hoy Monument on St Catherines Down with fabulous views. The mythical Long Stone. Thatched cottages in quaint villages.
Please note that transport to the begining and from the end of the trail is not included in the price.
Call 01983 281662 now to book this holiday.
Creeks to Coombes