Over 70 walks are on offer with the launch of the 5th Isle of Wight Autumn Walking Weekend.
Between 26 - 29 October, people taking part can enjoy the best of the Island's countryside, woodland and meadows.
Included are a Wetland Walk, looking for Watervoles and Kingfishers, and a Haven Hawk walk around the Isle of Wight Steam Railway.
Those with an interest in history can head to the West Wight to search out dinosaur footprints, or walk in the footsteps of Robert Hooke, the 17th century scientist.
Organisers said: "The Island has a great array of wildlife and offers some great walks so you can get amongst the local habitats. Join the Wetland Walk, looking for Watervoles and Kingfishers, or head for Yarmouth Harbour to enjoy the estuary birds, or Culver Downs for a bit of bird watching. For something a bit different visit the Isle of Wight Steam Railway for the Haven Hawk walk.
"If you have an interest in History you can head for the West Wight, and join in the Fossil Hunting walk, looking for dinosaur footprints, or walk in the footsteps of Robert Hooke the 17th Century Scientist. You can also take a jaunt down memory lane and visit the site of the original Isle of Wight Festival at Afton, with its spectacular views of the Island."
Children can enjoy duck feeding with Lily on a walk at Big Meade in Shanklin and participants can get in the Halloween spirit with a graveyard walk.
There's even a singing walk during which you can request your own songs, and if you're looking for love, the event's Speed Dating Walk to date boasts four weddings and a baby.
For more information and a full list of walking events click here.