WALKING IN PURBECK by Andrew Bibby
15 Circular Walks within the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site amidst some of England’s most glorious countryside. Purbeck’s coast and heathlands, its chalk and limestone ridges help to create a unique series of landscapes that combine hidden valleys with windswept headlands, medieval castles with stone and thatch cottages – as well as the most beautiful stretch of coastline in southern Britain. It is ideal walking country, blessed with a comprehensive network of footpaths, bridleways and rights of way. Andrew Bibby knows Purbeck intimately, and is a knowledgeable and accurate guide to a choice of walks that can be enjoyed throughout the year, and will appeal to both visitors and residents.
Full colour Ordnance Survey mapping at 1.25 000 scale
Walks from 2 to 9 miles in length. Starting points. Facilities. Problems