|Track length:||3.33 km|
|Total ascent:||133 m|
|Total descent:||133 m|
|Difficulty Level:||2/5 - Easy|
It is one of the most popular coastal walks in Dorset, and it runs from Lulworth Cove to Durdle Door. This beautiful walk connects two of the Jurassic Coast's most famous attractions with a breathtaking journey along the cliffs and back via rolling farmland and picturesque villages.
At its most basic, this is a one-mile-per-way linear stroll that follows the South West Coast Path in both directions. There are various circular treks and loops you may take to extend your itinerary and see a little more of the surrounding countryside, though.
Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door, both of which are located on the Dorset Coast, are included in this short walk. Lulworth Cove is a circular inlet with a rock arch known as Durdle Door is located on the Dorset Coast.
The gently sloping trail travels through some of the most beautiful landscape in the country. Hundreds of feet below you, white limestone cliffs give way to golden shingle beaches and crashing waves. Natural stone arches formed by millennia of erosion may be found out to sea, surrounded by swimmers. Sheep and cows graze amid the mosaic of verdant fields and rustic farmhouses that make up the countryside.
stay4you.com track at some 8.2km in distance a route that starts and ends in Lulworth Cove. Afterwards, you'll return through Scratchy Bottom, around the back of Hambury Tout, and down into West Lulworth, which is a fantastically called section of the walk. From there, you may take a walk down the rear of Lulworth Cove, where you will be rewarded with even more spectacular vistas, before returning along the beach.