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The Jurassic Coast is England’s first Natural World Heritage Site. Our trek starts at Durlston Head, just outside Swanage in Dorset and we trek a total of 23 miles (36km) over two days along on the South West Coastal Path in an east to west direction. The diversity of the area is outstanding and the rugged coastline with serious climbs and descents will provide many a breathtaking view. Stretching 95 miles between Old Harry Rocks at Studland in Dorset, to Orcombe Point at Exmouth in East Devon, the Jurrassic Coast - England's first Natural World Heritage Site - is the most geologically diverse coastline in the world. The exposed cliff sections allow you to look back through 185 million years of time; dinosaur remains have been found here, and it's a fossil-hunter's paradise. With a more recent history of mining, shipwrecks and smuggling, this is a fascinating stretch of coastline.
We take in some of its most spectacular scenery, from the renowned natural stone archway of Durdle Door to the beautiful circular Lulworth Cove, as we continually climb and descend the steep hills of the Jurassic Coast.