Jersey has a great variety of terrain, Jersey might have been made for walking holidays. If you’re after a slow stroll across the sands, or an energetic hike along cliff-top paths and into rocky coves, you can indulge your passion here!
Covering a total distance of 48.1 miles this annual event attracts both local and visiting walkers, raising funds for Jersey charities. The walk goes anticlockwise around the island, with thirteen checkpoints along the way. Walkers can expect to complete the walk in anything from 12 to 21 hours. This walk is not for the faint hearted but for those who are keen to challenge themselves.
Great North Coast Charity Challenge Details
Visitors and locals alike are invited to join together in a 20 mile charity challenge along the Island’s north coast with all proceeds raised going to the locally based charity ‘Help an African Schoolchild’. The walk starts at St Catherine’s breakwater in St Martin from 08:00 hrs onwards and ends at Grosnez. It is expected to take participants between 3 to 10 hours to complete. Spectators are welcome.