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Another exploration day along the Jurassic coast.

Our walk started at Lulworth Cove and climbing steeply from the cove we walked the coastal path along the cliffs to the much visited Durdle Door limestone arch.

We continued passed the arch leaving the madding crowds behind as we made our way further along the coast. The trail was good but there were some steep climbs and some sharp decents. Certainly a good cardiac workout.

The views were just stunning with high chalks cliffs and multi-coloured pristine beaches.

Our return path was further inland, less challenging but still with great views.

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