The Trust maintains an extensive network of footpaths through a range of natural habitats for the public to enjoy.
The National Trust for Jersey encourages everyone to explore the Island's spectacular wildlife, history and heritage. We maintain an extensive network of footpaths through a range of natural habitats such as coastline, valleys, woodland and heathland for members of the public to enjoy.
We also organise regular guided walks, led by an experienced and knowledgeable guides. However, as a result of the current situation regarding Coronavirus and the advice to stay at home and when taking exercise, to self-distance, we have created a range of self-guided walks which can be enjoyed during the current situation. Ideally these can be used by sole walkers and their families, but if you are walking with people outside of your household please keep 2 metres apart.
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