Join us for a long weekend trekking challenge on this World Heritage Site. Explore the sights on foot from Durlston Head to Durdle Door as you look back through 185 million years of time; dinosaur remains have been found here, and it’s a fossil-hunter’s paradise!
Friday 15th May: Arrive at the campsite near Wool in Dorset. Meet the team and prepare for your challenge.
Saturday 16th May: The trek begins! Start in Swanage and cover the 12.5 miles distance along the stunning Jurassic coast. Camping accommodation.
Sunday 17th May: The challenge continues as you continue westbound along more dramatic coastline before completing your challenge.
Read the full itinerary
What can I expect?
Experienced Leaders will be with you at all times and all meals are provided, so you just have to think about the walking. There will be people supporting lots of good causes. All participants trekking for Chailey Heritage Foundation will get the full support of our fundraising team and a supporter t-shirt. Find out more here.
Will I be fit enough?
You will need to be able to trek up to 14 miles per day across some challenging terrain. By signing up early, however, there will be plenty of time to train and benefit from the training advice provided.
How much does it cost?
It costs £80 to register. Once registered, choose from two payment options:
Great – how do I sign up?
You can sign up online with Discover Adventure
Once registered – or if you have any fundraising questions – please contact the fundraising team at Chailey Heritage Foundation:
Tel: 01825 724752
What if I can’t make the dates?
The Jurassic Coast trek also takes place from 4th - 6th September 2020. Contact us on the details above for a list of alternative dates for this challenge.
Who runs the trek?
The trek is organised by Discover Adventure, our partner event provider.