Discover the UK’s first natural UNESCO World Heritage Site on a challenging 13 or 26 mile trek along Dorset’s stunning coastline.
The 26 mile route begins in the picturesque village of Osmington, passing Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove, two of the Jurassic Coast’s most iconic landmarks. Those taking on the 13 mile route will join at Kimmeridge, with some challenging climbs that will be rewarded with spectacular scenery. The trek finishes at Acton Field Campsite, with amazing views over Swanage Bay, Purbeck Hills and the Isle of Wight. Celebrate your achievement by joining us for a complementary hog roast and glass of Prosecco, which will be waiting for you at the finish line!
You can leave your car at the finish, ready for your return and our shuttlebus service will take you to the start of each route. Transfers cost £5 per person and need to be booked in advance.
Your registration fee helps to cover towards the costs of organising the event but it’s the money you raise that helps us to pay for the care and comfort of a local child and their family.
We would love all our trekkers to try and raise a minimum of £200. This would pay for seven hours of care for a poorly child, and respite for an exhausted mum or dad.
The Jurassic Coast Trek has two routes. The mighty 13 mile trek and mammoth 26 mile trek, both finishing at Acton Field Campsite near Swanage.
The Jurassic Coast is well known for its spectacular views and challenging hills. The route will take in a variety of terrain with some very steep uphill and downhill sections but you will be rewarded with breath-taking views.
If you would like to make the most of your weekend, there are camping spaces available at the finish line. To book your pitch, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register your place online now or call Isobel Langrish on 01202 644220.
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