Enjoy a 5-mile walk through the Undercliffs National Nature Reserve on Saturday 9th September.
This walk will take in Chimney Rock at Ware, the humid woodland of the Undercliffs below Pinhay, and a cliff-top section including flower-rich chalk grassland and the Crimean Seat, which boasts one of the best views across Lyme Bay and the Undercliffs. Led by Natural England’s Tom Sunderland, Jurassic Coast Ambassador Donald Campbell, and botanist Dr. David Allen.
Please note: This is a vigorous walk through a wilderness area with some steep steps and uneven ground. All participants must be in robust health and adequately prepared for the terrain. Any pre-existing medical conditions must be declared upon booking before commencing the walk.
All attendees must bring the following:
- Stout walking boots suitable for uneven terrain. Attendees without correct footwear will not be allowed to participate in the walk.
- Long sleeves and long trousers are recommended, as there are close-lying thorny bushes throughout the reserve.
- A packed lunch, lots of water and snacks
- Sunscreen and hat if the weather is warm