Stonebarrow Hill, Bridport, Dorset

Stonebarrow Hill forms part of the Golden Cap Estate, owned by the National Trust. Golden Cap is the highest point on this stretch of the Dorset coast and Stonebarrow is a popular starting point for walks there. There are several trails on Stonebarrow Hill actually, and you can download them from the NT website. Try the 6.5 mile hike to Seatown, or the shorter 3.4 miles to the ruins of St Gabriel’s. Part of the walks follow the South West Coast Path and as is to be expected with cliff walks, it can be steep in places. Of course, you’re free to amble about as you wish, walk the dog, and enjoy the sea views.
A word of advice is not to leave valuables in your car at Stonebarrow – sadly car parks in places like this are often seen as a target for thieves.

All information correct at the time of writing

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