Shanklin Chine | Isle of Wight

09 November 2014

Tucked away between two cliffs just beyond the chilly beach is Shanklin Chine. A small gorge like geographical feature, Shanklin Chine is one of the Isle of Wight's first tourist attractions. Scattered Victorian structures within the Chine give you the sense of being thrown back in time. During the fall and winter the Chine is practically empty allowing you to walk through the thick trees in complete isolation. The Chine itself was absolutely beautiful and I was amazed at its natural features.

We only spent about twenty minutes in Shanklin Chine. Although beautiful and quiet, I'm not exactly sure why adult tickets are 4 pounds. The entire area is fairly small and isn't exactly much of an adventurous hike. However, the views were breathtaking and well worth a visit if you are in the area! 

Happy Sunday!

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