Can you walk from Swanage to Studland Bay?

4.8 miles (7.7 km) A spectacular walk that takes you from the village of Studland past the famous landmark of Old Harry – the eastern end of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site – and on to Swanage.

How long does it take to walk from Swanage to Corfe Castle?

Wareham to Corfe Castle is 6 miles (9.6km) – 2½ hours to walk. Corfe Castle to Ballard Down (near Swanage) is 6¼ miles (10km) – 4 hours to walk.

Where does the Jurassic Coast walk start?

The walk starts in Exmouth and heads east along the River Exe Estuary to Orcombe Point and the lovely Sandy Bay. The next stage takes you to Budleigh Salterton, where you head through the Otter Estuary Nature Reserve, before turning north to Sidmouth.

Where can I walk in Swanage?

Walks around Swanage & Purbeck

  • Chapman’s Pool from Worth Matravers – 5.9 miles (9.4 km)
  • Corfe Castle to Swanage – 12.5 miles (20.1 km)
  • Dancing Ledge and Langton Matravers – 4.9 miles (7.9 km)
  • Durlston Country Park’s Clifftop Trail – 1.1 miles (1.7 km)
  • St Aldhelm’s Chapel – 2.8 miles (4.4 km)

How do I find Old Harry Rocks?

Old Harry Rocks can be seen up close on foot by walking from either Studland or Swanage across Ballard Down, a gorgeous chalk grassland that offers spectacular views across the Jurassic Coast.

How long would it take to walk the Jurassic Coast?

Distance: 95 miles Difficulty: Days vary from Easy to Challenging. This walk takes in the entire Jurassic Coast, England’s first UNESCO designated natural World Heritage Site. It covers 95 miles of truly stunning coastline from East Devon to Dorset, with rocks recording 185 million years of the Earth’s history.

How do you walk to Chapmans Pool?

You can also get to Chapman’s Pool from the village of Kingston. Parking at Houns Tout Car Park, walk back down into the village, turning right down South Street. Continue on South Street by the church until the road becomes a track through the valley farmland.

Is Swanage hilly?

It’s very hilly, and not a lot to occupy kids if it rains. Burton Bradstock is situated the west side of the Chesil Bank and the entire beach is shingle. A nice enough village but if it rains there’s nothing to occupy kids. Swanage is a little run down it does however have a sandy beach but little else to recommend it.