The Golden Cap walk in West Dorset. This beautiful walk starts inland at Symondsbury and ends on the spectacular Golden Cap. This isn’t a circular walk so either phone a friend or hope on a bus at the end!
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4 mile circular walk from Golden Cap Campsite
A moderately hard walk, with some steep ascent and descent, rewarded by spectacular coastal views, and a shortcut bypassing Golden Cap for those who want a gentler stroll.
5 mile circular walk starting from Golden Cap Campsite.
A rollercoaster ride of a walk, with an optional detour around the highest peak of Golden Cap for those who consider the rest of the walk to contain enough ascent and descent, this route travels high (and sometimes low!) along the edge of cliffs carved and sculpted by rain and sea over millions of years.
Five mile circular walk starting from Golden Cap Campsite
Travelling along footpaths, tracks and quiet lanes, the walk also goes through open heathland and alongside tiny streams where you may be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of dragonflies flitting above the wildflowers.
A 9.5 mile walk along a spectacularly dramatic section of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. The Coast Path begins with some short, steep climbs before easing as it becomes more level beyond Burton Bradstock.