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All reviews south beach car park the cliff lovely walk isle of wight easy walk stunning views circular walk banks arms studland bay coastal path boat trip well worth the effort long walk sunny day the pub jurassic coast
Walking up Ballard downs you see Harry’s rocks and as it was a clear day we saw the needles off of the Isle of Wight, very similar structures , week worth the walk, you can see them from Swanage and studland beach, quite a hike...More
We had the best day with City Cruises out of Swanage. Our two house round trip cruise had a super knowledgeable captain telling us about geology and history the whole way with different commentary in each direction. This is the best way to see Old...More
We visited in April over the Easter break, blessed with lovely sunshine. We parked in South beach and took a leisurely walk along a well marked path.
We had an eleven year old with bus who doesn't exactly like walking, and our 74 year old...More
I was a little apprehensive about visiting Old Harry Rocks to start with as I thought it would consist of uneven surfaces and steep hilly walks. I couldn't have been any more wrong...
A nice flat gentle pathway leading to the rocks. It was such...More
We walked from Swanage beach but it wasn't well signposted so we had to ask a local for directions. Accessed from Ballard Way then through a private road and along the coastal path.
The walk is hard going in places, with steep steps and paths,...More
Flat, accessible walk from car park out to view Old Harry.
Great walk but lots of cliff drops & potential dangers so watch those dogs / kids / formless guys!
No refreshments / toilets & pub at start. National Trust car park.