About this Event
(NB: Reslife events are only available for residents of BU managed halls of residence)
Durdle Door is an area of outstanding beauty and one of the most iconic landmarks in the Dorset area. Situated along the Jurassic Coast and known for its natural limestone arch standing out of the sea, this day trip to the stunning location is not one to miss.
• Durdle Door is a must-see for Dorset. From camping to rock-pooling, walking to coasteering, photography to nature walks, or to just enjoy the stunning views. There’s plenty to do and see here.
• By following the natural cliff path down to Durdle Door beach, or the steps to Man O’War beach, the tilted Purbeck Beds are clearly visible. At the base of the chalk cliffs a number of caves can be seen which have been carved out by the sea (wave cut notches). Please do not enter them as cliff falls are common.
• Meet at The Old Fire Station to leave via coach promptly at 9am.
• You will be distanced on the coach from others who are not from the same flat as yourself and required to wear face masks for the journey (approximately 1 hour).
• Spend the day admiring the views and have plenty of opportunities to take pictures at the beautiful landmark.