It was a really rainy, windy, foggy day, but we didn't let that spoil our walk! We drove up the very steep and narrow Stonbarrow Lane to the large pay and display car park at the top, and began our walk to the Golden Cap. The walk takes you through a farm, where we met two lovely dogs who wanted to play fetch with us, as well as some hens, a cow and some geese! You get to explore a ruined church and see lots of horses enjoying the hills. Once you reach the golden cap itself, the views really are beautiful. You can see the coast and town of Charmouth and Seatown and the glistening waters (thankfully, the sun came out!). The views are reward enough for the long trek and the fairly steep climb to the top. The walk back takes you through the woods before joining the trail again near the farm. A really enjoyable walk. Once we got back to the car, we realised that we could actually see the Golden Cap from where we had parked, but it was so foggy when we arrived we had no idea!!
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