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Summer 2010: The Isle of Man's favourite walks
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Get back to nature on an Isle of Man walk

Have you ever tackled the 96 miles Raad Ny Foillan coastal footpath? Maybe you prefer the 6 mile gentle stroll between Port St Mary and Port Erin?

The IOM's countryside continues to bring in tourists from as far away as America, Sweden, Norway and France.

There are many different routes to follow through the Manx countryside but most people have their favourite.

Whatever your taste, we would like to hear about your most travelled path on the Isle of Man.

You can email the BBC Isle of Man team on isleofman@bbc.co.uk or telephone us on 01624 682672.

Here are some examples to get you started.

Writer Liz Corlett finds Peel Hill brings her peace of mind

Wildlife Tour operator Steve Wright loves Ballaglass glen

Minister Phil Gawne treks down south

Chris Pyecroft on a very special walk in the Capital

The Country Code on the Isle of Man

Please do....

Keep to paths across farmland

Close all gates unless it is obvious that they are intended to stay open.

Keep dogs under control

Clear up your litter, particularly glass.

Please don't....

Disturb livestock

Drop lighted cigarette ends.

Pick wild flowers.

Disturb birds' nests.

Damage walls of fences

Trespass on private property.

Foul pools or streams.

Damage crops.




SEE ALSO
Favourite walks: Purt-ny-Hinshey
13 May 10 |  Nature & Outdoors
Favourite walks: Ballaglass Glen
20 Apr 10 |  People & Places
Walking in the south of the IOM
18 Jun 10 |  Things to do
Take a walk on the wild side
22 Mar 10 |  Nature & Outdoors

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