Port Erin - Spanish Head - The Chasms - Port Erin

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Port Erin - Burro Ned - Spanish Head - The Chasms - Cregneash Museum - Port Erin

A blustery, sometimes challenging, clifftop walk, longer than it looks, as the path follows the ins and outs of the coastline as well as the ups and downs. View the chasms – huge fissures in the cliffs - and the Cregneash Village Folk Museum, demonstrating 19th Century methods of farming with working horses. A short moorland walk down to Port Erin follows.

There are a number of signs forbidding dogs and some doggy-unfriendly stiles. There is a café-restaurant about a quarter of the way round.

England - North England - Isle of Man - Coast


Birds, Butterflies, Cafe, Church, Flowers, Great Views, Industrial Archaeology, Moor, Museum, Public Transport, Restaurant, Sea, Wildlife
6/30/2011 - Keith Fellows

This was a great walk on a bright blustery day but it's far longer than the quoted 4.4 miles, more like 6.5. Some moderately steep climbs. Dogs not welcome on the narrow cliff paths.