Jurassic Coast weekend trek
Look back through 185 million years of history on this fascinating stretch of coastline
Stretching nearly 100 miles from Dorset to east Devon, the Jurassic Coast is England’s first Natural World Heritage Site and the most geologically diverse coastline in the world.
The exposed cliffs are a fossil hunter’s paradise, while more recent history of mining, shipwrecks and smuggling is also in evidence. As well as history, this 25 mile walk offers both spectacular scenery and captivating wildlife in abundance, all of which you can take in while also raising much needed funds for Global Justice Now’s campaigns for a fairer world.
Where: Durlston Head to Durdle Door, Dorset
When: 15-17 May 2020
Days: 3 days (over a weekend)
Registration fee: £80
Minimum sponsorship: £600
What’s included: All food, accommodation and camping equipment