Category posts: Walking in Dorset

Dorset is blessed with miles of walks. From the relaxing to the more arduous, we’ve written about a few of them, and you can find the posts here.

South Dorset Ridgeway

South Dorset Ridgeway Walk

Taking a walk along the South Dorset Ridgeway with dear friends and their lovely tail wagging dog Maisy, while on their short September break away in Dorset!

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Spring flowers

Dorset in Spring

Spring is (in my opinion) one of the best times to visit the Dorset coast. All colours appear to be more vivid – as if the brightness is being turned up after a winter of dullness.

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The Crown Inn Puncknowle

Step into 2018 with a Dorset Break

Escape for a Dorset break! Why not start the year as you mean to go on? Spending some quality time down by the coast really refreshes the parts other holidays don’t reach. A Dorset break is what the doctor might order – especially after the excess of Christmas and New Year. A walk along some of the beautiful […]

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Dorset Walk

Dorset Walk

A Dorset walk could include a cafe, pub or even the possibility of a swim. You can just absorb this wonderful county with family and of course the dog.

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Coast Path

Dorset Walk #10 – West Bexington

This walk will take you through some varying countryside and terrain which can be enjoyed by all the family. Taking in Chesil Beach and the pretty seaside village of West Bexington.

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Dorset – Chapel in the Woods – Walk #9

A beautiful woodland walk just off the coast road along a quiet and secluded right of way then into some beautiful old woodland leading to a peaceful spot where there is the ruins of an old chapel hidden in the woods.

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Snowdrops in Dorset

February Half-Term upon us and the Snowdrops coming into full bloom here are some little known facts and details about this amazing little flower - and where to see them in Dorset.

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Dorset Coastal Walks – #7 Corfe Common History Walk

This gentle short walk explores Corfe Common, a sandstone ridge south of the picturesque village of Corfe Castle. Look out for signs of the human activity that shaped this interesting archaeological landscape over thousands of years, and enjoy the wide range of wildlife which now makes its home here.

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Dorset Coastal Walk #2 – Maiden Castle

One of the most spectacular hill forts in Southern England, Maiden Castle is a breath-taking trip back in time. Great for walking, running, dog walking, picnicking, kite flying or just soaking up a piece of history. Best of all it's FREE!

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