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The Undercliff, Lyme Regis: 1 reviews and 1 photos
Years of extensive landslides have created a beautiful and unique natural site, conserved now in the Undercliffs National Nature Reserve. A series of cliffs between Lyme Regis and Seaton to the west are connected by the South West Coast Path National Trail (a long, 630 mile trail system), which continues further in both directions. But this particular stretch of coast is exceptional. The undercliff is where land has broken free from an inland cliff and the sea cliff, exposing a geological time line of millions of years. The rocks and dense natural foliage create a brilliant environment.
The tourist information offices at Seaton and Lyme Regis have helpful brochures with a map of the walkway.
Address: Between Lyme Regis and Seaton
Directions: The trail can be reached by either Lyme Regis or Seaton. A little further west of Seaton is the town of Beer, where the trail can also be picked up.
Phone: 01292 889770
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