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Date/Time: 14th Sep 2019 | 11:30 am-1:00 pm
Location: Bankes Arms Car Park (L15)
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SA025 Studland to Agglestone Rock

Details

Agglestone Rock is yet another unique feature of the area. Also known as the Devil’s Anvil, it is a sandstone block of about 400 tonnes weight, perched on a conical hill on the wild heathland that borders Poole Harbour.

Your walk leader will take you through Studland Village and out onto the Heathland before a short climb takes you along a ridge towards the iconic rock where you can get up close and marvel at the magnitude before dropping down towards Studland road and through the woods to the Village and the 3 stunning beaches of Studland bay.

This is a fairly easy walk with no significant climbs on sandy heathland terrain. There is a short road section at the start.

This walk is suitable only for those who have completed NW tuition and have their own Nordic Walking poles

Distance: 3.5 miles
Location: L15
Car parking – Free to National Trust Members (circa £4 a day for non members)

Note: this walk starts at a location away from the Main festival hub so transport will be required.

Other things to enjoy in the area:-
STUDLAND BEACH
THE PIG ON THE BEACH
THE BANKES ARMS

Walk Elevation:

Location

Location Name: Bankes Arms Car Park
Location Number: L15 (see location map for details
Location Address: Bankes Arms, Studland, Dorset, BH19 3AU United Kingdom
Parking Options: Pay & Display or NT Member
Location Notes:

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Bookings

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