Walkers & Hikers Welcome

Rugged cliffs, gentle rolling hills, picturesque glens, hidden coves and stunning views. These are just a few of the reasons that make the Isle of Man a walker’s delight. Whether you enjoy a gentle stroll or a challenging hike, there are a range of footpaths and tracks for you to enjoy.

If you’re planning to come to the Isle of Man on a walking holiday, an organised rambling trip, to take part in the Walking Festival, or simply plan to explore some of the beautiful countryside or coastal walks during your stay, camping at Silly Moos is an ideal base.

Silly Moos is part of the Walkers Welcome scheme, offering a range of additional facilities and services to help make your stay more comfortable. You’ll find somewhere warm and dry to hang wet clothing overnight, a place for your muddy boots, details of local walks, and information on public transport to and from start/finish points along your chosen routes.

Self-Guided Walks - Island Guide
Whether you’re a keen rambler or simply enjoy a leisurely stroll, here you’ll find a range of self-guided routes to put on your wishlist. There are a number of walking routes and trails to choose from, searchable by their level of difficulty, length and location.
Raad Ny Foillan - Coastal Footpath Guide IOMe
The Raad Ny Foillan (Way of the Gull) coastal footpath, is a challenging 100 mile walk. The views and wildlife are so incredible that you may prefer to break it into smaller sections to really make the most of the scenery. Download the Raad ny Foillan Coastal Footpath Guide which splits the 100 mile walk into 12 manageable sections.
Guided Walks - Island Guide
As well as a variety of trails, active tracks and glens, the Isle of Man offers a series of guided walks for all interests.  There are many qualified tour guides offering walks for all abilities that vary in length and location
Walker Friendly Eateries - Island Guide
No matter how far you choose to walk, we’re sure the crisp sea air and mixed terrain will work up a healthy appetite! The Walkers Welcome Scheme has been developed for visitors to identify walker-friendly eateries to grab a bite to eat after an outdoors adventure – where you may not be looking or feeling your most presentable!  These cafés, pubs and restaurants are well equipped for making walkers feel as comfortable as possible when choosing a rest-stop, with drying facilities for your wet equipment and boot scrapes for those with muddy footwear.
Isle of Man Walking Guide - Downloadable
The Walking Guide contains 7 self-guided walks - each shown with instructions and a handy map . Within its modest shores, encircled by the wild Irish Sea, this Celtic gem is home to a wealth of walks in a beautiful and diverse landscape. There’s something to suit all ages and abilities, from gentle rambles on the level to long distance footpaths with challenges for the seasoned walker.