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Walking & Cycling in Jersey
A network of over 45 miles of 'Green Lanes', where the maximum speed limit is 15mph and where priority is given to walkers, cyclists and horse riders, meander through the various parishes whilst 15 miles of coastal footpaths stretch along the north coast. In places the cliffs rise 400 feet from the sea and all along the coast, secluded coves are waiting to be discovered. Throughout the year Jersey Tourism organises a full programme of escorted walks in the company of some of the island's most experienced ramblers and registered Blue Badge Tourist Guides. A copy of the programme is available from Visit Jersey.Why not stay at the Merton hotel in St Helier who organise the famous "Walks with Webb" (guided walks around Jersey). We also recommend the following hotel, which is ideally situated near the Green Lanes and Coastal Paths: Les Charrieres.
Whether you are a keen cyclist, or just prefer to see, hear and smell the environment around you, in a way that only pedal power can offer, Jersey is an island made for cycling - small enough to make everywhere accessible, but 'tall' enough to provide a challenge for the experienced rider. It boasts a 96 mile network of sign posted cycle routes covering the whole island. The network uses many of the island's unique 'Green Lanes'. To help you find your way around the island, a number of escorted cycle tours are available from May to September led by local qualified cycle guides and customised to match the ability, size and interests of the group.