This stunning trek across the Jurassic coast could be your next challenge, with breath taking views and historic coast line there is no better adventure. Take on this exciting journey and help us in our mission to create an inclusive world where young people with disabilities, with a passion for the performing arts and a desire to live and work independently can achieve their aspirations 

The Jurassic Coast is located in the South of England and was England's first natural World Heritage Site.

It stretches 95 miles from Orcombe Point at Exmouth, East Devon to Old Harry Rocks at Studland, Dorset, with rocks dating back 185 million years. It is part of the much longer South West Coast Path trail, which covers a 630-mile route around the coastline of the South West peninsula. The Jurassic Coast area is a fossil hunter’s dream with dinosaur remains having been found here. You will walk approximately 25 miles along the beautiful coastal path from Lulworth to Studland. The undulating cliffs provide stunning views over the sea and surrounding landscape and offer a very worthy challenge!

Dates - Friday 14th October - Sunday 16th October 

Day 1, Friday 14 October 2022

Day 2, Saturday 15 October 2022

Day 3, Sunday 16 October 2022

Arrival

You should arrive at the campsite and pitch your tent no later than 6pm, so there is time for you to meet the group and have a challenge briefing over dinner.

Provided Meals: Dinner

Lulworth Cove to Worth Matravers

After an early breakfast we set off by minibus to the starting point of our walk at Lulworth Cove. Highlights today include crossing the Lulworth Range, looking out for ancient fossils, and if we’re lucky, even spotting a dolphin or two!

The days hike will end at Worth Matravers where a minibus will be waiting to transport us back to the campsite for a well-earned dinner.

Trek distance: Approx. 13 miles


Provided Meals: Breakfast, packed lunch, dinner

Worth Matravers to Studland

We transfer back to where we ended yesterday’s walk in Worth Matravers and continue along the coastal path in an easterly direction, passing stunning scenery to Swanage via Durlston Head and Old Harry Rocks before reaching Studland Bay. We transfer back to the campsite to pack up and head home.

Trek distance: Approx. 12 miles

Provided Meals: Breakfast, packed lunch

Book Your Tickets Here!

There is a registration fee of £95 payable by each person at the time of booking. Then you can either pay your own tour costs balance of £230 10 weeks before departure (self-funded option*) or you can fundraise £460 for your chosen charity by 12 weeks before departure (fundraising option). This includes your £230 tour costs and a £230 donation to charity.

This trip is operated by The Different Travel Company (ATOL 6706) for The Orpheus Centre (Registered Charity No. 1105213). All the flights on this website are financially protected by the ATOL scheme. When you pay you will be supplied with an ATOL Certificate.  Please ask for it and check to ensure that everything you booked (flights, hotels and other services) is listed on it. Please see our booking conditions for further information or for more information about financial protection and the ATOL Certificate go to: www.caa.co.uk.