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Golden Cap Estate

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machinmad wrote a review Nov 2020
Norwich, United Kingdom1,650 contributions751 helpful votes
The Stoneborrow car park affords lovely views over this famous headland. From here you can set out in any direction, on good way-marked paths; there's even one to climb to the highest point in Dorset, right by the coast. The shop was closed, I believe it only opens in summer. Beware the drive up/down as the road is very narrow with few passing places.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Fran eats good food wrote a review Oct 2020
Yeoford, United Kingdom8 contributions10 helpful votes
Very scenic and breathtaking! Memorable walk with our dog and family, lovely picnic spots in the area, plenty of parking.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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fluffymonkey wrote a review Oct 2020
Worcester, United Kingdom2,368 contributions312 helpful votes
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We walked from Charmouth to Golden Cap and back. Luckily the weather held up and, whilst exhilarating with the wind whipping off the sea, we really enjoyed reaching the top for the rewarding views. Its tough in places, with some steep inclines and muddy sections in part, but with the right foot wear its possible to do for all abilities.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Bear_Tiger wrote a review Oct 2020
Bromley, United Kingdom231 contributions45 helpful votes
We walked up to Golden Cap from Seatown, it’s about a mile up from the car park in Seatown. A fair climb, but this is the highest point on the south coast! We carried on past Golden Cap and turned right towards St Gabriel’s Wood, and right again back round past Langdon Hill where we did a circuit of the wood and then back down to Seatown. The entire walk was 4.5 miles and took us 1 hour 45 minutes.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Tracey1169 wrote a review Oct 2020
Willenhall, United Kingdom458 contributions112 helpful votes
We walked up Golden Cap from the car park. Still a good walk but the views from the top are stunning from all angles. It’s the highest point in the south west but worth the effort. There are other walks around the estate.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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