Starting and finishing by the beach of Studland Bay, you will set off on a challenging route, with over 1400m of elevation. This run is not for the faint hearted, but with an experiencer running guide on hand throughout, you will get a chance to learn about your trial technique as you go.
You will begin the run by venturing inland along the renowned Purbeck Way, traversing the path of history towards the magnificent remnants of Corfe Castle. This awe-inspiring fortress, constructed by none other than William the Conqueror in the 11th century, awaits our arrival. Prepare to be captivated by its ancient charm.
As you ascend back onto the ridge, a mesmerizing panorama unfolds, treating you to breathtaking vistas of the coast and its surrounding landscapes. As you descend, you reach the renowned Kimmeridge Bay, a haven cherished by avid fossil enthusiasts. From this point, you will continue east, following the esteemed South West Coast Path that winds along the world-renowned Jurassic Coastline.
Prepare to conquer challenging yet immensely rewarding trails as you pass notable landmarks including Chapman's Pool, Durlston Head Castle, and the charming town of Swanage. Our journey culminates as you approach the finish line at the beach, with the majestic Old Harry Rocks standing tall nearby.