Walking in Jersey
Sweeping dunes, a patchworks of green fields, flanked by towering cliffs and circled by unspoilt beaches, Jersey has a rich and varied landscape. The length and breadth of our little world is yours to discover. It’s easy to explore the island on foot, so lace up, step out and enjoy each Jersey moment at your own pace.
Why Walk In Jersey?
Walking in Jersey is simply good for the soul. You will discover a landscape full of gentle surprises, shifting in a kaleidoscope of colour with each passing season. Blow away the cobwebs with fresh salty air as you drink in the dramatic beauty of Jersey's coast. Meander along rugged cliff paths carpeted with gorse and wildflowers as the tide laps against the sweeping shoreline below.
Wander through wooded valleys and country lanes to birdsong, or gently amble along the marina to enjoy local food and drink at a seaside pub nestled in a French-style fishing village. As the sinking sun lights up the evening sky, paddle your tired feet in clear local waters when the day is done.
Self-Guided Walks in Jersey
It’s easy to set out on your own and explore the island on foot. Once you’re on the trail, you can use our green lanes to ramble through farm and field or find hidden bays and secret coves. You’re never far from a public bus or friendly local to point you in the right direction. For a little extra motivation, work up an appetite on our windswept North coast before warming up in the snug surroundings of local Jersey pubs. Rest up over a hearty pint of Liberation Jersey Ale and tuck into delicious Jersey seafood before venturing out once more with a spring in your step. We have handpicked a selection of Jersey’s walks for you to explore the best of Jersey, coast to coast.
Guided Walking Tours in Jersey
Jersey’s qualified guides will take you on an exhilarating 800-hundred year journey through war, occupation, swashbuckling pirates, ghosts and adventure. They will lead you out at ultra-low tide to explore the seabed and show you how to forage for wild food plucked from land and sea. They share our island story with you and give you a glimpse of what makes Jersey so special. Our guides will craft a unique walking experience just for you, custom made for solo travellers to large groups.
The Hiking Hipster
Hiking hipster, Rosie, lives on a canal boat in Regent’s Canal, east London with her husband. She loves hiking and uses it as a form of meditation. Living on the canal boat can be quite cramped at times, so she loves getting out and taking a hike. Rosie had never thought of Jersey as a hiking destination, so find out what surprised her as she explored Jersey's natural surroundings.
The Jersey Naturalist
Jordan is a 26-year old ecologist, countryside ranger and self-confessed nature lover. He shares his outdoor world through his popular blog on our vibrant island wildlife; from puffins at Plémont to green lizards on grassy dunes.
The Jersey National Park
The Jersey National Park is an island treasure: it celebrates our rich coastal environment in all its natural diversity, from soaring gulls on windswept cliffs to red squirrels in wooded glades. Discover our natural beauty for yourself by exploring this protected sanctuary, and find out why we’re so passionate about preserving it.