South from Little Bredy

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A circular walk starting and ending in the delightful Bride Valley at 'beautiful and tranquil' Little Bredy, the route ascends the downs to a vantage point above the coast with views across Chesil Bank to Portland. A conveniently sited stone bench awaits here, just off the route. The return route is dotted with prehistoric sites including the Kingston Russell stone circle.
Descending again into the Bride Valley, Bridehead Lake with its hungry ducks and fish allows the walker a final chance to drink in the magic of Little Bredy. A short cut reduces the walk by 1.3 miles and sixty metres of climbing, but also reduces the coastal views to just a glimpse.

England - South West England - Dorset - Countryside


Birds, Great Views, Hills or Fells, Lake/Loch, Wildlife
5/27/2024 - Adrian Gardiner

First 2 miles were very good then parts of the route were very overgrown and very boggy!

12/21/2005 - Sylvia Saunders

We walked this on a bright, cold December day and enjoyed the views to the full. A lovely walk! Sylvia and Tony Saunders

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