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Downloadable Walks in Jersey

Pub Walks and Foodie Trails

The Priory Inn, St Mary

September walking weeks on both Jersey and Guernsey finished off the busy peak season but there are plenty of walks to enjoy in the quieter months. Exploring Jersey has never been easier with a great series of downloadable walks in Jersey, so grab a comfy pair of walking boots, learn fascinating facts and partake in some of the islands best food and drink on your way.

Pub Walks and Ale Trails:

Jersey Ale Trails 

Pouring CiderWhether you reach the end of this 8 pub trail after sampling the locally brewed Liberation Ale is another matter! Visit some of the islands finest establishments on a journey through the parishes from the one mile town trail to the challenging valley ascents of Rozel Bay. Collect stamps at each pub and receive a free t-shirt at the end.

The Tipsy Farmer’s Round 

7 miles around the roads, headland and nature reserves of St Peter and St Ouen surely deserves a drink or 3! Including The Star Inn, St Peter’s Country Inn and The Farmer’s Inn you may even hear some Jerriais spoken at the bar.

North Coast Nosebag 

Footpath to Devils Hole signpostReal ales and restaurant food are your treats for completing the 7 mile circular walk through St Mary and St John. Starting at Mary’s Country Inn, visit La Mare Wine Estate, The Priory Inn and Les Fontaines Tavern; but don’t drink too much before heading around the coast to Devil’s Hole, it’s quite steep!

A High Hike 

Climb to the highest point in Jersey on the north east coast of the island in the parishes of St John and Trinity. Take in beautiful Bonne Nuit Bay and enjoy stops at the Trinity Arms and St John’s Village Inn.

St Martin’s Round 

8 miles around Jersey’s northeasterly parish and coast, starting and ending at The Royal in St Martin, where you can choose from the bar food menu or dine out at the upstairs waiter-serviced restaurant. If you’d prefer to stop halfway, then the Rozel Bay Inn often has Sunday afternoon BBQs during peak season or cosy up with a winter log fire and real ales after meandering through St Catherine’s Woods and Fliquet Bay.

A Grouville Gander 

Fungi foray in St Catherines Woods, JerseyFind the Seymour Inn and The Pembroke Hotel on your travels around Grouville. Enjoy an extra walk around the Queen’s Valley Reservoir or just enjoy a beach stroll… providing the tide is out!

Highland Trail 

Starting and finishing at The Union Inn discover some of the rural lanes in St Helier and pick up supplies from the local farm shop situated on the highest ground on the island.

Victorian Connections 

Couple walking in St Brelade on the south west coastEnjoy some locally brewed beers at The Victoria in the Valley before heading around a 4.5 mile route, encompassing The Jersey War Tunnels and Living Legend, if you fancy stopping for a visit. Enjoy one of the generous meals at The British Union, one of Jersey’s oldest country taverns.

Breathtaking St Brelades

With The St Aubin’s Wine Bar, The Trafalgar, The Tenby Bars, The Old Court
House, The Portelet Inn and The Smugglers all en route, you’ll be spoilt for choice on this 5 mile walk around the southern headland. Enjoy Belcroute, Portelet and Ouaisne Bay and the views out from Noirmont Point. There’s also lots of attractions and gardens on the route which are worth stopping for.

Phare Far Away

Overlooking Corbière Lighthouse, enjoy some al fresco dining at Corbière Phare Restaurant or stop at La Pulente Inn on the way which offers a selection of ales and superb food. Look out for sand lizards, red squirrels and fields of crows (Corbière is derived from the French word for crow).

Food Trails:

Classic Cattle, Classy Wines 

A choice of routes are offered on this farm, food and drink themed walk, where you can learn about some of the islands main dairy and wine industries.

Oysters, Mussels, Hens ‘n’ eggs and farm shops 

mussels growing on poles in JerseyStarting with Jersey’s oyster beds, take a circular food trail walk and learn about the islands egg industry, tomato and potato growing, oysters, mussels and even some unusual trees, with a chance to buy from farm shops on the way.

Water Water Everywhere 

Learn how to produce a Jersey Royal, see strawberry fields and visit 3 of the main reservoirs on the island.

Trinity to Gorey 

A gentle 4 hour walk through Jersey’s green lanes encompassing the islands Orchid Fields, Queen’s Valley Reservoir and finishing at Jersey Pottery for a cup of tea and slice of cake.

If you like some of these walks and would like more inspiration, take a look at our Jersey walks page.

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Christina's early memories include boarding a plane to visit Kuwait at the age of two and taking big family holidays in Scotland, Cornwall and France. After enjoying time teaching in London and Holland and marrying into a family spread from Ireland to the Channel Islands and America, it is no surprise that along with husband Julian they trekked around the world when three of their five children were small. Christina now runs the family company and writes and helps with the Travelsmith web and social media sites. Email: