Located at the eastern end of the Jurassic Coast Swanage has something for everyone.
Walkers have the Isle of Purbeck, Studland Bay and Poole Harbour on their doorstep. Alternatively the Corfe Castle and the Swanage Steam train can be visited.
The nearby limestone cliffs offer both trad and sport routes at stunning coastal locations such as the bolted quarries at Dancing Ledge and Winspit. There are both gentler trad sectors such as Subluminal and Cattle Troughs as well as more committing areas such as Boulder Ruckle and Cormorant Ledge within walking distance. Please, (re-)familiarize yourself with the intricacies of sea cliff climbing beforehand:
One thing we can all share is a local ale, a scrumpy cider, a pie and a local fossil museum in the most picturesque pub of the Jurassic Coast, The Square and Compass.
This is a camping trip and we will be staying at Acton fields (next to Tom’s fields) for £8.00 p.p.p.n.