The undercliff walk, renowned from The French Lieutenants Woman (novel and film) is a rough walk mainly through woodland, starting at the edge of Lyme Regis. Most of the time there are no views, which was surprising as the walk follows the cliffs, but there are one or two pleasant viewpoints. The land here is unstable and there were warning signs about landslips - nothing too dramatic and it all makes it interesting. Steps were cut into steeper sections and there was a made up path for some of the way. In the heat of the 2013 sudden summer, the shade was most welcome. All in all, an enjoyable walk through atractive woodland.