Port Erin to Peel
Follow the Raad ny Foillan / Way of the Gull coastal footpath from Port Erin as we walk on some of the Island’s spectacular routes. After following the curve of Port Erin Bay we walk onto Bradda Head and explore Milner’s tower and some of the remains left by mining. After going up and over Bradda Head,we drop down to Fleshwick and head on our way to the hollow of the Sloc and summit of Cronk ny Irree Laa: our highest point. We pass by Eary Cushlin and then on to Dalby and Glen Maye waterfall. We follow the coast past Knockaloe, onto Peel Hill and down to the spectacular Peel Castle. Fantastic views along the west coast of the Island.
Meet outside Port Erin railway station, Station Road, Port Erin, IM9 6AH
NGR SC 197 690
Walking from 09:15-16:15.
Small group guaranteed. Booking essential.
Availability and Bookings
To book go to our Contact & Booking page. Please use the contact form to confirm your booking date & route and use the PayPal menus to make your payment.
Preparing for your walk
A good test of stamina and plenty of hills! but a really rewarding coastal walk. About 22km distance with 800m height gained.
Please wear footwear suitable for footpaths and open moorland.
Bring clothing appropriate to the weather on the day – watch out for wind and rain!
Please bring food, drink and support equipment (e.g. walking poles, gaiters, insect repellent, sun cream, etc.) which you find useful.
Further advice about preparing for a walk.