There are many circular walks through the countryside surrounding Bridport and West Bay. With spectacular views and diverse wildlife, it is worth scheduling in a walk or two during your visit. It’s the Best way to appreciate the wonderful views of the Jurassic Coast.
Dorset Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and The Jurassic Coast Trust have worked together to produce a number of short walks for you to enjoy: https://jurassiccoast.org/visit/walking-the-jurassic-coast/
Breathtaking views are provided by countless rolling hills around Bridport including: Allington Hill, Watton Hill, Bothenhampton Hill and Thorncombe Beacon. Further afield visits Golden Cap (the highest point on England’s south coast), Stonebarrow, Langdon Woods, , Lambert’s Castle Hill, Pilsdon Pen, Eggardon Hill and Hardy’s Monument.
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