Walking around Studland

Walkers on the cliffs near Old Harry in Studland, Dorset

Studland Beach and the South West Coast Path offer classic walks to enjoy the scenery of the Dorset coast. Inland and off the beaten track there are miles of heathland and chalk downland to explore, as well as little-known views of Poole Harbour. Highlights include Old Harry, the mysterious Agglestone and the rich wildlife.

The below walks are some of our recommended walks around Studland, the difficulty and length is shown, however if you want anymore information on our walks please do get in touch with us directly.

Old Harry Rocks, Dorset

Old Harry Rocks walk

Breathtaking views of the Jurassic coast and unique rock formations await you on this circular walk.

Visitors birdwatching at the Rees Cox Hide in Studland, Dorset

Studland woodland walk

On this walk in the woods, discover some of the birds and animals that make Studland their home.

The view from Fort Henry at Studland Beach, Dorset

Studland Beach Second World War walk

Discover why Studland Beach was so important in the run-up to D-Day in 1944 on this short walk

The Agglestone

Godlingston Heath walk

Fantastic views over Poole Harbour and the mysterious Agglestone await you on this three-mile walk over Godlingston Heath national nature reserve.

Children running along the sand dunes trail at Studland Beach, Dorset

Studland Beach sand dunes trail

A family-friendly marked circular trail through the dunes. Look out for the seahorse sculpture, great sea views and wildlife along the way.