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CLIFF CAMPING - DORSET

Dorset

Spend an unforgettable night on the side of a cliff, suspended over the English Channel, at Dorset. Dorset includes part of the Jurassic Coast. Dorset is important for its geology and landforms. It overlooks the British Channel, and feel like you can almost touch France on a clear sunny day. Sea and migratory birds occupy the cliffs, and is one of the most dramatic and scenic landscape areas in southern Britain.

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Come cliff camping in Dorset, and experience the perfect way to unwind in truly spectacular surroundings. Rest assured, they’re completely safe, and require no climbing expertise ­– only a sense of adventure!

You’ll be sleeping on something called a ‘portaledge’, a hanging tent generally used by climbers when they’re spending multiple days on a big wall climb.

The beauty of cliff camping is that there’s nothing to get in the way of the view. And it’s an experience you’ll never forget!

Dorset’s incredible coastline is as multi-layered as the famous fossil flecked cliffs along the Jurassic Coast – a stunning stretch of 200 million-year-old shoreline that has been designated a Natural World Heritage Site by UNESCO due to its outstanding geological make-up.  It’s because of this diversity that makes Dorset’s coastline one of the most inspiring and dramatic stretches of coast found anywhere along the UK’s coast.

 

So, come cliff camping in Dorset, and admire the stunning views of the sea lapping up against the shore underneath you.  And you may even get to wave at some French people on a clear day.

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