Join like-minded individuals and trek 24 miles along the Jurassic Coast, England’s only natural World Heritage Site, located in the South of England. The undulating cliffs provide stunning views over the sea and surrounding landscape and offer a very worthy challenge, suitable for anyone who is reasonably fit and has bucket-loads of determination!
Our two-day trek will start with a journey from Peveril Point to the beautiful Kimmeridge Beach, where we can dip our toes in the sea and search for fossils among the ancient rocks. We’ll trek further along the South West Coast Path on our second day, where we’ll take in views of Worbarrow Bay and the blue waters of the famous Lulworth Cove. Our finish line is at the iconic Durdle Door, a limestone arch formed more than 10,000 years ago! Dramatic coastal views and world-famous landmarks await – join us for a weekend adventure to remember!
Not only will you immerse yourself in the beautiful scenery across Dorset, you will experience the humbling satisfaction of supporting DENS and raising much needed funds to help rebuild the lives of local vulnerable people.
For more information, please call our
friendly team on 01442 800268
Deposit payable to Global Adventure Challenges to secure your place = £95
• Option A – Minimum sponsorship = £610*
• Option B – Self-funding = £305**
*(80% due to DENS by challenge date)
**(due to Global Adventure Challenges by 12th April)
Your place includes: 2 nights hostel accommodation; Global Adventure Challenges Event Crew; All first aid equipment and supplies for the group; All meals will be provided from dinner on day 1 through to lunch on day 3; Complimentary snacks and fruit; Route guide per person; Bespoke challenge medal per person; Dedicated customer care after registration, including comprehensive supporting documents to help you prepare and train; Optional return transfers to Wareham Train Station.