A superb four day guided hiking trip, taking in the highlights of the Jurassic Coast.
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You can also opt for a free date change at any point up to 24 hours before your trip, if Government restrictions prevent you from travelling*.
You'll meet your guide at Wareham train station or the private campsite. After getting your hiking boots on and grabbing your daypack, it's time to embark on the first leg of the South West Coastal Path, starting at Studland Bay. You'll journey across the glorious sandy stretch, up over the downs to the iconic Old Harry Rocks. The aim is to make it to Durlston Castle on Day 1. Here you’ll be picked up and taken to the campsite to enjoy a hot shower and some time to relax.
After breakfast, you'll be driven to the next start point. Today you’ll cover the stretch from Dancing Ledge to Kimmeridge Bay - make sure to pack your swimmers as there will be a chance to take a dip in Chapman's pool during your lunch stop. Taking on a few big hills this section provides some amazing views and incredible secret spots along the coast path.
This is a beautiful stretch of coastline that is rarely explored due to the military ranges (don’t worry the guides will make sure they're closed). Passing through the abandoned village of Tyneham, where time stopped in 1943. This stretch of the coast path is filled with history from World War 2 and is one of the most remote parts of the coast path. Finish with a relaxing dip in the beautiful waters around Durdle Door.
With a mix of hills, flats and beautiful views over to the Isle of Portland, this final leg of your hiking trip along the South West Coast Path will have you heading into the seaside town Weymouth. with a beautiful beach, this will be the perfect place for you to soak your feet after 4 days of hiking.
Start: Your guide will collect you from Wareham train station at 10:30 am or you can meet the team at the campsite (Purbeck Valley Farm, BH205HU) at 11 am
End: Your guide will drop you off at Wareham train station at approx 4 pm. There are trains to Waterloo every hour.
Yes, we get lots of solo adventurers.
Dorset is normally sunny and calm but sometimes it gets wet and windy. Full waterproofs are a must for the trip. The guides also have plenty of space for you to dry your wet gear.
It's a private site with pre pitched bell tents. There are two single beds with fitted sheets in each tent. There are large covered areas for social evenings. Campfires and sunsets (what Dorset is all about).
Each day is between 10 to 15km so you'll need a moderate level of fitness.