Stretching 95 miles between Old Harry Rocks in Dorset, to Orcombe Point in East Devon, the Jurassic Coast – England’s first Natural World Heritage Site – is the most geologically diverse coastline in the world. The exposed cliff sections allow you to look back through 185 million years of time; dinosaur remains have been found here, and it’s a fossil-hunter’s paradise.

 

With a more recent history of mining, shipwrecks and smuggling, this is a fascinating stretch of coastline. We take in some of its most spectacular scenery, from the renowned natural stone archway of Durdle Door to the beautiful circular Lulworth Cove, as we continually climb and descend the steep hills of the Jurassic Coast. We camp at a lovely campsite a short distance from our route.

"I would like to say having never done anything like this before. I found the whole team fantastic. They made the whole experience which I found challenging in places, enjoyable! They made you feel we could all finish (which we did!) [Penni, February 2017]"

You could spend a weekend in May or September enjoying the spectacular scenery whilst raising funds for Heartburn Cancer UK. There are two fundraising options depending whether you would prefer to raise a minimum target of £600 or a more flexible approach which allows you to raise whatever you are able.

If this sounds like your kind of challenge then there is lots of information on fundraising options, more about the trek, including all date options, details of the route, itinerary, accommodation and what's included on the Discover Adventure website.

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You can book with Discover Adventure directly through the button below and if you have any questions about the trip then their extremely helpful team can be contacted here.