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Welcome to Walking.im and thanks for checking us out

Here at Walking.im we know that the Isle of Man has some of the best walking routes in the UK, from our magnificent heather-clad uplands with their far reaching views, to the stunning Raad ny Foillan; the islands 95 mile coastal footpath: and we know the very best tracks and trails. Our emphasis is to provide what you want – it’s all about you.

Whatever the season, whatever your pace and whatever your choice of walk Walking.im will guide you all the way. We can assist with your package from booking to guiding you safely around the island on your walk, to suggesting the best spot for a glass of something chilled after an exhilarating day.

The island’s amazing landscape changes throughout the seasons, so why not think about joining us anytime of the year?  Let Walking.im guide you from start to finish and reward yourself with the satisfaction of exploring the diverse landscape of this jewel in the Irish Sea.

Why choose walking.im?

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    Best routes in the UK

    The Isle of Man has some of the best walking routes in the UK from our magnificent heather- clad uplands with their far reaching views to the stunning Raad ny Foillan, the island’s 95 mile coastal footpath, and we know the best tracks and trails

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    It’s all about you

    Our emphasis is to provide what you want - it’s all about you. Whatever the season, whatever your pace and whatever your choice of walk; Walking.im will guide you all the way.

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    Safety

    We are fully insured and qualified following industry walking guidelines to ensure you enjoy your walk and leave the preparation to us.

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''Ken knows the IoM like the back of his hand. Very knowledgeable about what is seen on the routes he takes you on, the animals and fauna you see. Always good company. Don't miss this if you are ever on the IoM..''
Dennis Bradley
''Ken is an excellent guide with a superb knowledge of the island and a wealth of interesting information about flora, fauna and the islands history.''
Belinda Pilling