WALK (4 days walking)



Priced from £583 per person, £50 deposit per person can be paid immediately to reserve dates. This deposit is fully refundable if the booking is not confirmed once the final price has been provided.

6 day, 5 night, all inclusive self-guided tour.

Follow the South West Coastal Path through the first English landscape to be given UNESCO World Heritage status, past steep cliffs, sandy beaches and rocks aged at +250 million years.

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Day 1 – Arrival

Our driver will be at your nominated collection point at the agreed time to collect you, your team and all your kit. We greet you at Exmouth we’ll cook you a hearty meal, run through the plan for your Jurassic Coast adventure and then leave you and the team to rest for the evening.

Day 2 – Exmouth to Seaton

  • APPROX. 10hrs
  • 36 km/22mi
  • 770m

Your first day on the trail will follow Exmouth’s famous long sandy beach. Soon you reach the Geoneedle and the Jurassic Coast Path begins proper. The red sandstone on this, the oldest section of the (pre!)historic path, dates back more than 200 million years! You pass the partially eroded Iron Age Fort at High Peak. Why not stop at Peak Hill for a scenic photoshoot? Snaffle an ice cream in one of Sidmouth’s many beachfront parlours before you marvel at the Norman Lockyear Observatory. A short climb up Weston Beach Cliffs takes you out of Salcombe Regis. Then you’re heading on to the beautiful Branscombe Beach, the Hooken Cliffs and following the curve of the coast around to Beer Head and beyond to Seaton, where camp no 4 will be.



Day 3 – Seaton to Seatown

  • APPROX. 7.5hrs
  • 25km/16mi
  • 700m

Beyond Seaton you’ll find Axmouth and the Axmouth to Lyme Regis Undercliff Nature Reserve. A major highlight of the Jurassic coast, the untamed Nature Reserve is home to orchids, ferns and fungi. It is also well worth a small detour to Lyme Regis’ Fossil Beach. There, the Ammonite Pavement astounds with an abundance of fossils littering its glistening shores. There are more ice cream opportunities in Lyme Regis before passing through charming Charmouth and tackling the Golden Cap. The longest climb of the whole tour takes you to the highest point on the south coast where you’ll be afforded stunning views of your path already walked and that yet to come.


Day 4 – Seatown to Weymouth

  • APPROX. 8.5hrs
  • 32km/20mi
  • 330m

After conquering the Golden Cap you head to the oldest human settlement in Dorset at over 10,000 years old, Doghouse Hill. After a final ascent up Thorncombe Beacon, you are lead gently down onto West Bay. You can amble along a diversion from the official Coastal Path Route today and opt for a beach walk under the looming cliffs of Westbay – as featured in the TV show Broadchurch – all the way to the picturesque village of Abbotsbury. Beyond Abbotsbury the 13 km long twitchers paradise of Fleet Lagoon, home to dunlin, oyster catchers, little egret and ringed plovers, awaits, before coming to rest just outside of Fleet.


Day 5 – Weymouth to Lulworth Cove

  • APPROX. 8hrs
  • 29km/18mi
  • 420m

The final day of your hike is the most urban setting you’ll have encountered for the past week, beginning by walking around Weymouth Bay. Beyond Sandsfoot Castle andNothe Fort, you’ll take in the length of Weymouth Esplanade and pass by RSPB Lodmoor Nature Reserve, home to bearded tits and Cetti’s warblers, gulls, ducks and kingfishers. Rejoining the quite coastal path, long ascents reward you with fantastic views over Ringstead Bay. Soon after, you arrive at the ancient rock archway of Durdle Door. Finally you reach the alluring Lulworth Cove. Here we can arrange a fish BBQ on the beach with locally caught produce to celebrate conquering one of the oldest trails in the UK.


Day 6 – Home

You did it! Congratulations on the completion of your Jurassic Coast walk! After a hearty breakfast you’ll be on your way, we’ll get packed up and follow closely behind to drop all of your kit back home again for you.

There are plenty of options if you’d like to extend your Jurassic Coast adventure with Nine Yards. We can move the start or end point, add rest days to take in some of the historic sights and get lost in villages, or add a day sea kayaking if that’s what you’re into. Get in touch and we can talk through the options.


What’s included?

  • Transport for you, your luggage and kit from/to your front door
  • 2 person support team, on call incase of incident or emergency at any point during your tour
  • 3 meals per day. Chosen by you from an extensive menu of locally sourced, ethical ingredients and cooked fresh each evening over an open fire
  • Freshly ground coffee and/or a choice of tea with meals
  • Water bottles filled each morning
  • Energy boosting snacks for the day
  • Beautiful 5m canvas bell tents. Pre-pitched. Furnished with real beds and winter tog duvets and linen bedding
  • Routes loaded into a GPS device for the nominated team navigator and added to a backup OS Landranger map too
  • Routes available in GPX/KML format, viewable on Google Maps, Strava etc. for the rest of the team
  • Devices charged overnight so you are juiced up
  • A Nine Yards T-shirt for the lead booker and Nine Yards tote bags for the rest of the team

What’s not included

  • Alcoholic/soft drinks other than water
  • Personal equipment (bike, helmet, waterproof clothes etc) – We can arrange the hire of kit, if required
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Personal expenses for souvenirs, pub trips etc.

If you would like a guided tour, need to hire equipment or would like to otherwise personalise the tour with add-on excursions, diversions, or any other changes, we can do that. Just get in touch via our Personalised Adventure page.

Nine Yard Tours is a boutique holiday experience provider and as such we are strictly limited in our tour capacity. This means you receive a fully flexible personalised service from our dedicated crew from start to finish. It also means once a date is booked, it’s booked and our small but mighty team is unavailable for anyone else’s luxury adventure. We sell on a first come, first served basis, so get in touch today so we can plan your most adventurous glamping experience to date


*All Preplanned Adventure routes are approximate and may vary slightly depending on campsite availability at the time of booking. We will confirm the final route when bookings are made. If there isn’t a campsite available at the end of any tour section, we will arrange transfers from the closest available site.

**Please note that all Preplanned Adventures are self-guided and participants are required to be proficient in their chosen tour method, be it cycling, hiking or paddling.