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An opportunity to discover Jersey's hidden walks

The National Trust's Walking Through Autumn Festival has begun Credit: ITV Channel TV

The National Trust's Walking Through Autumn Festival in Jersey has returned for a second year.

People can explore sites which are not normally accessible to the public.

The event runs until Sunday 15 September.

There will be a minimum of three guided walks a day visiting a selection of National Trust sites including:

  • Grouville Marsh
  • Mont Grantez
  • Morel Farm
  • Le Moulin deQuetivel

Other activities include:

  • Wild flower walks
  • Nature walks
  • Foraging
  • Bat walk through St Peter’s Valley at sunset

We're fortunate to have many wonderful sites, habitats and historic properties within our care and what better way to discover and enjoy them, than with a walking festival? Each walk features a Blue Badge Guide or local expert, depending on the route, and will be tailored around our heritage and natural environment.

We're very grateful for Intertrust's support, as without them it simply would not be possible to run such events.

– Donna Le Marrec of The National Trust

All walks are free for National Trust members and £10 per walk for non-members.

The bat walk is £5 for adults and £1 for children.

For more information visit the National Trust.