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Walk from the National Trust's Hardy’s Monument

The National Trust

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Walk the hills and enjoy breathtaking views from the National Trust's Hardy's Monument. Set a top of Black Down, this is one of the highest points in Dorset and a gateway to South Dorset Ridgeway. there are plenty of great walking options, including a waymarked trail for children around the monument. You are also at a convergence of the Ridgeway Trail and the Jubilee Trail for some stunning walks of varying difficulty. NO real facilities here to speak of so come prepared.

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General Information
Free entry

Free public access

Suitable for dogs

Great for dogs

No refreshments on site.

No refreshments on site

No toilets available

No toilets on site - go before you go!

No camping options nearby

No camping on site

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For more information visit the National Trust's website

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Black Down, Dorchester DT2 9HY, United Kingdom

Free parking

PLenty of free basic parking with more just along the road

Not easily accessible by public transport.

No public transpoirt available



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