On Saturday morning, 67 hikers began the 27th annual cross-Island hike hosted by the Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank, rekindling a tradition on hold due to the pandemic since 2020.


On a trail that cut through the heart of the Vineyard, 120 hikers and six dogs set out Saturday for the 26th annual cross-Island hike. The event is hosted by the Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank.
Summer is coming and perhaps you feel you don't really know and understand the Island.


On Saturday nearly 120 people gathered for the cross-Island hike, a journey of 17 miles that began at Menemsha and ended at Blackwater Pond.

This year’s hike, takes place on Saturday, June 2, beginning at 8:15 a.m.


The Martha’s Vineyard Land Bank’s annual cross-Island hike turns 25 this year. What better way to celebrate than a 25-mile trek across the Island?