Rempstone Stone Circle

Beginning at a stunning view point looking across the heathland and the harbour to the small port of Poole, wander through the woodland and farmsteads to reach an ancient stone circle. Pass Rempstone estate that played a large part in WWII, utilised by both Montgomery and Churchill. Climb Nine Barrow Down, through tunnels of trees, … Continue reading Rempstone Stone Circle

Osmington Mills to Lulworth Cove – Bike Ride.

From the Smugglers Inn in Osmington Mills, cycle the hills and absorb the sights, to Lulworth Cove. Pass through the village of Osmington to admire the White Horse from the high ridge of Coombe Bottom to then descend and rise again at Ringstead. Enjoy the wide views from St Aldhem’s Head in the East to … Continue reading Osmington Mills to Lulworth Cove – Bike Ride.

Lulworth and Bindon

From Lulworth Cove, discover Little Bindon, a small monastery founded nearly 1000 years ago. Today it is a fenced off ruin, hidden amongst overgrown trees and in the company of deer. Continue to Pepler’s Point to appreciate the cove from up high. Find the ancient fossil forest and a hidden smugglers cave before climbing the … Continue reading Lulworth and Bindon

Little Bredy

Distance: 8.75 Miles/14kmTime: 4 hoursTotal climb: 820ft. Max height: 720ft.Min height: 210ft. Terrain: Track, path and field.Exertion: MediumStart: Park in the centre of the village, just off the road on the green. (Postcode: DT2 9HN, Grid Reference: SY587890, What Three Words: newly.aboard.regress) Map: OL15 Explorer Purbeck and South DorsetHow to get there: From Dorchester, head … Continue reading Little Bredy

Osmington Mills to The White Horse

From the smuggling coastline of Osmington, explore inland to discover pirate secrets in the nearby village of Osmington. Follow the River Jordan to Sutton Poyntz, in the shadow of Chalbury Hill fort. Visit the ducks of the village before climbing up to the chalk White Horse, there to honour a mad king. From the ridge, … Continue reading Osmington Mills to The White Horse

Tyneham and Flowers Barrow.

Distance: 4 miles/ 6km Duration: 2 hours Ability: Medium, two hard climbs, but one can be cut out if required. Max Height: 600ft Min Height: 0ft. Total climb: 950ft             Terrain: Path, track and field. Map: OS Explorer OL15 Purbeck and South Dorset Start Point: Tyneham Village car park (Postcode: BH20 5QF, Grid reference: SY882802) How … Continue reading Tyneham and Flowers Barrow.

Portesham, The Hell Stone and Hardy’s Monument

Distance: 6 miles/10 kmTime: 2.5 hoursTotal climb: 700ft. Max height: 800ft.Min height: 200ft. Terrain: Track, path, road and field.Exertion: Medium, some steep climbs.Start: The Kings Arms (Postcode: DT3 4LX, Grid Reference: SY602856) Map OS Explorer OL15 Purbeck and South DorsetHow to get there: From Weymouth take the B3157, Chickerell road. Remain on this road for … Continue reading Portesham, The Hell Stone and Hardy’s Monument

Seatown, Chideock and Golden Cap

Distance: 5 miles/ 8 km (can be cut shorter using different tracks, see map)Time: 2 hoursTotal climb: 630ft. Max height 620ft.Min height: 0ft. Terrain: Track, path, field and Road.Exertion: Medium – Big climb to Golden CapStart: Seatown carpark a short walk from the beach, providing easy access for visitors of all ages. (Postcode: DT6 6JU, … Continue reading Seatown, Chideock and Golden Cap