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Guided Walk - Purbeck Ridgeway and East Corfe Common

Join our friendly guide on a guided walk exploring the cultural history of the landscape surrounding the village of Corfe Castle.

  • Booking essential
  • Free event

Climb up to the ridge of the Purbeck Hills east of Corfe Castle with our friendly guide and enjoy outstanding views of the castle and the Isle of Purbeck. Explore and learn about the cultural history of the landscape surrounding the village of Corfe Castle.

This is a circular walk returning to the village through East Corfe Common. This walk will be around 3.5 miles in length

Please note there will be some moderately steep slopes and it may be muddy underfoot.

This is a free event but please book a free ticket to reserve a place.

Times

The basics

Booking details

Call 03442491895 This is a free event but please book a free ticket to reserve a place

Meeting point

Please meet at National Trust Corfe Castle Ticket Office in the village square (BH20 5EZ)

What to bring and wear

Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear for the weather conditions. It may be muddy underfoot. A bottle of water is also advisable

Accessibility

Please note there will be some moderately steep slopes and it may be muddy underfoot

Other

This is a free event but please book a free ticket to reserve a place

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