In the shadow of the 2036 feet might of Snaefell and near to the Sulby reservoir lies Tholt-y-Will Glen.
This steeply-sided glen is set in the upper reaches of Sulby Glen, one of the Island's most stunning and scenic areas. This glen descends in winding paths alongside a mountain stream tumbling over rocks forming a tributary of the Sulby River, the longest river on the Island. Near the lower entrance to the glen, a craft centre is open during the summer months beside which is a popular picnic area. The adjacent Tholt-y-Will plantation also provides walkers with challenging but rewarding recreation.
Not easily accessible by public transport, but with ample parking near the lower entrance, access is by car.
The glen is managed by the Forestry Amenity and Lands Directorate of the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture.