Walking in Dorset in the summer is a treat. You'll fine amazing views across coast and countryside, woodland glades, history and archaeology galore and flora and fauna in abundance. Why not try one of our favourite summer walks.
Breathtaking views of the Jurassic coast and unique rock formations await you on this circular pub walk.
Discover some of the history, flora and fauna of the ancient Iron Age hill fort of Badbury Rings and High Wood on this walk.
A walk along the roof of Purbeck taking in Corfe Castle and Old Harry with the option to return by steam train on the Swanage Railway
Shapwick is a great place to catch your breath, with idyllic views and a great pub in which to relax in an area closely associated with Roman history.
Starting and ending at the owl barn - a great picnic spot - this short walk passes through the Brownsea countryside, down Beech Valley.
An easy circular walk at Cogden, Burton Bradstock including a stretch of the South West Coast Path.
An easy walk around half of a hilltop Iron Age hill fort, after either a steep slope ascent or a longer ascent up a gentler slope.