The Channel Islands: Jersey, Guernsey & Sark

The Channel Islands of Jersey, Guernsey and Sark are graced with an intriguing blend of British and French influences and you will walk through a wide array of exquisite landscapes, that inspired the Impressionists. Golden sandy beaches and high cliffs, hidden valleys and woodlands, are all latticed with peaceful trails and history has carved out each island’s own unique character. During World War II these islands were the only parts of British soil to be occupied. The many museums on this topic highlight the fortitude of the islanders, who to this day, still govern themselves.

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updated on: August 14, 2019
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Hiking trail · Grouville

La Rocque Harbour Loop Walk via Gorey

August 13, 2019
easy
12.9 km
3:30 h
108 m
107 m
A predominately flat day's walk either along the coast or the coastal plain with just one section of low hills. There is one village en route & ...
by Laura Paterson,   Macs Adventure
Hiking trail · Saint Lawrence

Jersey War Tunnels to St Aubin

August 13, 2019
easy
8.2 km
2:15 h
60 m
94 m
Today’s walk commences in a wooded valley with a modest climb up to the plateau. Level minor roads & Jersey Green Lanes (signposted country lanes ...
by Laura Paterson,   Macs Adventure
August 13, 2019
moderate
10.5 km
4:00 h
115 m
116 m
Starting & ending at sea level the trail leaves a suburban environment to climb a modest hill on Jersey Green Lanes to reach a plateau.  It skirts ...
by Laura Paterson,   Macs Adventure
August 13, 2019
easy
10.3 km
3:30 h
15 m
18 m
A bus ride takes you from the town through the rural heart of the island to the low lying northern rocky coastline. The coast path leads you past ...
by Laura Paterson,   Macs Adventure
Hiking trail · Sark

Sark Loop Walk

August 13, 2019
easy
7.3 km
3:30 h
85 m
85 m
Follow a mixture of quiet country lanes and paths around coastal headlands, visiting the Gouliot Headland, Pilcher Monument and the iconic La Coupee.
by Laura Paterson,   Macs Adventure