Classic Jurassic Coast Walk

Durdle Door to Lulworth Cove –  two of England’s greatest natural wonders, spectacular scenery and breathtaking panoramic views.

One of the most dramatic stretches of the English coastline  –  a World Heritage UNESCO site set amid an idyllic Dorset countryside of rolling hills and patchwork fields.

The Iconic Limestone arch of Durdle Door

Come with me on a guided walk from the iconic limestone arch of Durdle Door to the perfectly formed Lulworth Cove whilst learning about its global importance in the study of geology and palaeontology. 

The Jurassic coast has become famous due to its wealth of prehistoric remains and rocks that tell a 180 million year story as well as being an important habitat for diverse wildlife and a landscape rich in archeaology

There will be some time to explore the quaint little fishing village, try some of the award winning ice cream or have a pint in a traditional pub.

If there’s time  –  and you’re feeling up to it – you can extend the walk to the 185 million year old fossil forest

The 185 million year old remains of the fossil forest
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