Lyme Regis Undercliff

Lyme Regis Undercliff: Tickets, Tours, Hours, Address, Lyme Regis Undercliff Reviews: 4.5/5

Lyme Regis Undercliff
4.5
12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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12:00 AM - 11:59 PM
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Colin-M
6 contributions
Dont bother - really!
Sep 2020
This walk is unexceptional and requires you to finish it.
A much better option would be to find almost any other walk elsewhere!
Written September 27, 2020
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Diptych
Hampton, UK956 contributions
Tough but rewarding walk
Sep 2020
Many of the reviews in this category speak of walks along the Lyme Regis sea front or of strolls along the Cobb. My understanding of the undercliff is of the 7 or so mile walk between LR and Axmouth or Seaton along the line of the ever-eroding and crumbling cliffside made famous in Fowles's French Lieutenant's Woman. This is a walk I have enjoyed twice now. It is other worldly in its sylvan beauty and serenity. Forming part of the SW Coastal Path, it is a highlight of this stretch of the South Coast for any walker. It is not an easy walk and, once embarked upon it, you either finish or retrace your steps, There is no mid point or track down to the beach. The surface of the path is criss crossed with roots and pitfalls for the unwary. On wetter days it is treacherous. That said, I would always recommend this walk to anyone wishing for a unique and memorable hiking experience
Written September 25, 2020
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Alicja1
Blackpool, UK257 contributions
Beautiful but crowded
Jul 2020 • Family
Absolutely beautiful place with the character I would expect from fisherman town. Good amenities. There is a big parking 10 min walk from the beach for £2 a day.because we are still in pandemic time and there is no much room on the streets and walking paths it was very difficult to keep social distancing .on the beach it was almost impossible. Beautiful but if you are worried about covid not a place for you at this moment of time
Written July 30, 2020
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Robert B
Bournemouth, UK301 contributions
A beautiful place to relax
Jun 2020
What an amazing place to sit and relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery. The Jurassic coastline at its best.
Written June 29, 2020
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Peter B
Clevedon, UK1,635 contributions
Lovely in winter.
Mar 2020 • Couples
On a bracing March day we enjoyed our visit and stroll along Marine Parade which is festooned with places to eat and drink.
Written March 18, 2020
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Nix Elder
Ayrshire, UK591 contributions
A lovely walk
Mar 2020 • Couples
This is lovely walk from The Cobb to the beach. The Promenade is long with beach huts, cafés and shops alongside the beach. Lots of benches and bins. They are some public toilets too...
Written March 12, 2020
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WalkerBob
1 contribution
Walk from Lyme Regis to Axemouth along South West Coast Path
Feb 2020
Did this walk on 27th February 2020. Unfortunately there had been heavy rain for some days in the area and this made for difficult walking conditions. Being somewhat aged I was concerned that a slip could cause a serious injury - so I took extra care but still did the walk in 3.5 Hours. There were warnings that the route was arduous and I can confirm that. with slippery underfoot conditions, that is definitely true. However it was pleasant to be completely alone in lovely woodland for several hours. I had done this walk some 30 years ago and then found it much less arduous - but then I was a mere youngster of 49 summers.
Written February 28, 2020
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BrushM
Oxford, UK1,290 contributions
Smart and well-maintained
Jan 2020
Not the longest undercliff walk in the world but it's in good shape, unlike some others. Pleasant way to while away an hour or so
Written January 15, 2020
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bobkat666
Colchester, UK242 contributions
jurassic coast
Dec 2019
went for a walk from the towns park to the beach. quite hilly but once on the beach its flat. didnt get to search for fossils as the tide was in at that part although the stony beach was available . walked around the town and visited mary annings grave which people had put fossils on. she shared it with her brother.
Written December 21, 2019
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i_funk_off
London, UK23 contributions
Woodland walk with lots of tree roots
Sep 2019 • Solo
Lovely walk lots of steps lots of mud and tree roots - very pretty though. No view of the sea and it the beach though.
Written September 4, 2019
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