Put your best foot forward and take one of our suggested Move More Self-Guided Walks.
You’ll find routes starting from a variety of locations across the island, and at different levels – from easy routes taking just 20 minutes to complete, to more challenging walks taking you on foot for over three miles.
Simply read the Course Fact Sheet for all you need to know about each route before you start each walk, then off you go! We’d love to see your pictures as you explore each route on foot – so please share your photos across social media using #MoveMoreJersey
Le Hocq, St Clement – Easy (Level 1)
This is flat, circular route takes you along a minor road and a smooth tarmac path between playing fields, which should only take around 20 minutes. It’s a short route of just 0.7 miles (1.2km) and can be extended by a further 0.3 miles by following the circular path to the north under the old railway bridge. It’s suitable for walkers, runners, buggies, wheelchairs and young children.
Les Fontaines, St John – Easy (Level 1)
This is a beautiful country walk through the rural lanes of St John that takes around 45 minutes to complete.
It’s suitable for walkers, runners, buggies, wheelchairs and young children. The route is 1.6 miles (2.5km) and begins from Les Fontaines on Route du Nord.
St Martin’s Green – Moderate (Level 2)
This walk takes you around the predominantly quiet lanes of St Martin, where you’ll see plenty of wildlife, beautiful coastal scenery and possibly a glimpse of farm animals!
The route is flat with an overall elevation of 100ft, making it suitable for walkers, runners, buggies, wheelchairs and young family members. It is approximately 3 miles (4km) long and should take around 50-75 minutes to complete.
Portelet – Some Difficulty (Level 3)
A stunning walk which takes in the panoramic views from both Noirmont and Portelet Common. While the footpaths aren’t steep, they are uneven which may be a challenge for some walkers. Due to the off-road nature of this walk, it is not suitable for buggies or wheelchairs.
The route is 3.3 miles (4.9km) and should take between 60-90 minutes depending on whether you choose to run or walk.
St Catherine – Some Difficulty (Level 3)
This is a challenging walk around the parish of St Martin which includes a steep ascent and descent, uneven footpaths and no barriers on the coast section. Despite the more challenging terrain, walkers will be rewarded with stunning coastal views.
The route is 3.6 miles (5.2km) and is suitable for walkers and runners, but not buggies or wheelchairs. Depending on whether you choose to walk or run, the route will take 60-90 minutes.
St Ouen – Some Difficulty (Level 3)
Starting at St Ouen’s church car park, this circular route takes you along predominantly quiet lanes but does include significant steeper sections and steps that may challenge some walkers.
The route covers 3.3 miles (5.5km) and is suitable for walkers and runners, but not wheelchairs or buggies. Depending on whether you choose to walk or run, the route will take 60-90 minutes.