Lulworth Cove via Tyneham and Durdle Door Circular walk
Dramatic coastal scenery, Lulworth cove, hidden beaches, Durdle Door cliff arch, and a ghost town.
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Dorset’s Jurassic Coast stretches 95 miles along southern England. Towering white cliffs above crashing seas have become the iconic symbol of this part of the country. But, while the Dorset coast has some of the finest scenery in the UK, there’s a lot more to this UNESCO world heritage sight than stunning vistas.
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Here you can explore rock pools in tiny coves or laze on sweeping golden beaches. Let the mind wander at atmospheric decaying castles and hunt for dinosaur fossils on crumbling beaches. After a bracing walk along windswept coastal paths, warm up in a cosy English pub with a locally brewed beer.
It is a great place to come for a few days or even a week.
Despite living in London for decades, the Jurassic Coast is an area we have only just discovered. The allure of country walks, local ales, hidden coves and incredible scenery was so great that we’ve now been back a couple of times. So here are all our recommendations for what to do, how to get around and where to stay. And yes, as ever, we have a few tips on finding good coffee too.
So pack your bags and come and take a gander at this excellent part of Great Britain
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This walk is covered by our Club's insurance. Our Club is registered on The British Mountaineering Council (BMC)
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