Looking for a new walking route to explore this winter along the Jurassic Coast? No matter what time of year you visit, you’re sure to find an array of scenic rambling routes in this astounding area of the UK.

Our friends at Sykes Holiday Cottages surveyed 2,000 adults across the UK who enjoy countryside walks, to reveal where the most beautiful trails across the country lie. The list of top 10 reveals a range of wonderful walking routes offering a variety of rambles for all abilities, including pet friendly, wheelchair friendly, pram friendly, and many more.

The nation crowned the Jurassic Coast the most idyllic, while Cheddar Gorge and Scafell Pike ranked in the top three.

Lulworth Cove

The jewel of the UK’s walking routes, the Jurassic Coast, offers an abundance of trails that allow you to while away the hours amidst idyllic settings. The Old Harry Rocks and Studland walk is a circular route boasting immense beauty, as well as being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, making it perfect for those seeking historic delights too.

Old Harry Rocks

Well-loved amongst visitors and residents alike, the Durdle Door walk provides the perfect place to soak in the coastal wonder of South West Coast Path and beyond. Be sure to take a trip to Durdle Door’s beach too, truly one of the UK’s most beautiful beaches, and one not to be missed.

West Bay

There are so many things to explore along the Jurassic Coast, from the historic Corfe Castle to the family fun Monkey World, you’ll find something to discover for every taste. If you’re looking to extend your stay in Dorset, Sykes Holiday Cottages provide a wide range of self-catering properties in Dorset, letting you experience the Jurassic Coast to your heart’s content.

To discover even more wonderful walking routes across the UK, be sure to check out Sykes’ walking Inspiration page: https://www.sykescottages.co.uk/inspiration/guides/walking/top-10-most-beautiful-walks/.

What are you waiting for? Explore the Jurassic Coast today for a truly memorable experience in Dorset.