Walking in Weymouth and Portland
Weymouth and Portland has a wealth of walks, trails and local footpaths and bridleways to explore. You can travel through 20 million years of Jurassic time, explore flowery meadows and fossil-filled quarries and a wild coastline with an array of wildlife both on land and in the sea. One great way is walking the South West Coast Path which skirts around Weymouth and the Isle of Portland.
For more information about other local walks see Walking in Weymouth and Walking in Portland.
South West Coast Path
The South West Coast Path is a great way to explore Weymouth and Portland and beyond. Dramatic landscapes and seascapes are at every twist and turn along this coastal walk.
Walking maps of Littlemoor
Walking maps of Littlemoor encouraging more people to walk and cycle in the local area.
Portland quarry trails
Portland's quarrying history has created a unique landscape to explore. Portland quarry trails is a short walk, less than 2km, where you can find out about the famous Portland rock and quarries, how the stone was worked and transported over a century ago and the wildlife living there now.
The Rodwell Trail
The Rodwell Trail is very popular with pedestrians, cyclists and dog walkers taking in 3.5k along Weymouth's old railway line and Sandsfoot Castle.