South West Coast Path: Dorset

The South West Coast path is England’s longest waymarked long-distance footpath and National Trail. The area is full of interesting wildlife and birdlife, and you may even spot dolphins and seals. Our Dorset holiday covers a stunning section of the path with amazing geology and scenery as you walk along the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. Near Weymouth there is a choice of routes, either stay on the coast or follow the South Dorset Ridgeway through one of the UK’s most significant ancient ceremonial landscapes.

Our Holidays

We have a range of walking holidays along the South West Coast Path focusing on the best sections. All routes are well worth undertaking in their own right or you can take on each section separately until you’ve completed the whole path.

When choosing your route, please bear in mind that the actual distance walked on any day may sometimes vary by up to 2 miles/3 km from the quoted distances, (depending on the exact location of your accommodation). The mileages shown are typical door to door distances for each day.

Dorset Coast Path: Lyme Regis to Poole

Lyme Regis to Poole 79 miles/127 km

We have two itineraries to choose from on our Lyme Regis to Poole holidays - you can choose from 6 or 7 days walking.

Code Length Average per day Price range
DO7 6 days walking (7 nights) 13 miles/21 km $863 - $986 Full Info Book
DO8 7 days walking (8 nights) 12 miles/19 km $980 - $1124 Full Info Book

Client Feedback

Thank you for everything, this was a new experience for us and we’ll do it again!

Cotswold Way, October 2018
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Although clearly more expensive than DIY booking of B&B and route planning, the excellence of service made it much easier to concentrate on simply enjoying the walking.

Pembrokeshire Coast Path, October 2018
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Prompt and thorough responses, communication and guidance in regards to Storm Callum and the beautiful bespoke Vale of Lorton walk developed by Mickledore – Thank you for a fabulous walking holiday (our second with Mickledore).

Vale of Lorton, October 2018
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