23. October 2020 - 18:00
YHA Lulworth Cove
United KingdomWarehamSchool Lane, BH20 5SA West Lulworth, UK

Jurassic Coast/Lulworth Cove - Unesco World Heritage Site, YHA Lulworth Cove, Friday, 23. October 2020


Please, note that tickets must be purchased in advance via the link below. Only buying a ticket on the below website will get you a space on the trip!


Join us in an exploration through time in England’s first natural UNESCO World Heritage Site - the Jurassic Coast! Its beaches, cliffs and coastline are an outdoor encyclopedia that reveals the history of Earth across 185 million years.

Trip Highlights:

• Hike through Britain’s first designated World Heritage site - Jurassic Coast

• Explore the abandoned "ghost village" of Tyneham - one of the few parishes in England with a population of zero

• Hike along the striking white chalk coastal cliffs passing Worbarrow Bay

• Visit the renowned Lulworth Cove with its amazing limestone arch of Durdle Door

• Explore the ruins of Corfe Castle - built on a steep hill by William the Conqueror and dating back to the 11th century

• See the famous chalk formations of Harry Rocks OR optional riding on a steam train to the quaint village of Corfe

The best way to discover the astonishing Jurassic Coast is on foot. The 95 mile coastline along the English Channel rewards its visitors with stunning well preserved nature, unspoiled coastline and magnificent landscapes.

Friday, 23. October 2020, YHA Lulworth Cove, Jurassic Coast/Lulworth Cove - Unesco World Heritage Site

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