Dancing Ledge from Durlston Country Park  
Date: 20th June 2019 Distance: 11km (6.83 Miles) Parking: Durlston Country Park
Start Location: Durlston Country Park Ascent (m/ft): 303m (994ft) Weather:

Sunny

Time Started: 13:40 Highest Point: N/A Difficulty: Easy
Duration: 4 Hours 48 Minutes        
Route: Durlston Country Park - Dancing Ledge

Today we had planned a lovely linear walk from Durlston Country Park along the south west coast path to Worth Matravers taking in several seaside quarries and the stunning Dancing Ledge.


The beautiful Durlston Bay.

The Globe.


The start of the spectacular coast.



Such a warm and beautiful day for a walk along the south west coast path.

Coastal quarries.

Anvil Point.

Tilly Whim Caves.

Dancing Ledge.

Plenty of sport climbing routes at Dancing Ledge.

Dramatic coastal cliffs.


Beginner climbing groups enjoying the coast.

How lucky were we! Puffins just off Dancing Ledge.

Old quarry workings at Dancing Ledge.


Continuing onto Seacombe.

Other less popular quarries along the coast.

Old quarry workings at Seacombe.


Superb coastal views from Seacombe.

Beautiful wild flowers along the coastal path.

A view back to Anvil Point.


Winspit Quarry.

Ruined buildings within the quarry.

Inside Winspit Quarry.


Following the valley towards Worth Matravers.

The pond at Worth Matravers by the end of the walk.