End of Old Harry Rocks - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Panorama taken form the end of Old Harry Rocks near Studland. Well, this is about as far out as you can get without being suicidal. The view stretches over Studland and then down the coast to Swanage.
End of Old Harry Rocks - FURTHER INFORMATION
End of Old Harry Rocks - Swanage visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'End of Old Harry Rocks' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Dorset.
Old Harry Rocks are a famous chalk cliff formation on the Isles of Purbeck close to Studland in Dorset. The chalk cliffs dominate the coastline and are clearly visible from Bournemouth Beach, Sandbanks Beach and as far afield as Hengistbury Head. They are popular with cliff walkers. The path out form a nearby pub about a mile away is flat and easy to do. Some continue round this dramatic coastal path all the way to Swanage.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Nearest car park is in Studland at a National Trust car park (fees apply). Old Harry Rocks is about a mile walk along the clifftop. Follow the signs.