Trek the famous Natural World Heritage coastline along ancient cliff top paths
Stretching 95 miles between Old Harry Rocks in Dorset to Orcombe Point in East Devon, you'll explore the most geologically diverse coastline in the world across three days.
Walk in the footsteps of dinosaurs as you take in spectacular scenery from the natural stone archway of Durdle Door to the beautiful Lulworth Cove. Step into the past and experience this unforgettable challenge whilst helping us to make change happen for disabled people and their families.
Join Team Scope and receive
- An exclusive Scope T Shirt.
- Expert fundraising and training support from the Scope Events Team.
- Regular encouragement and motivation via email.
- All food, accommodation and camping equipment.
- Experienced leaders, cooks and drivers.
- Transfer within trek.
- The amazing feeling of making a real contribution to our work supporting disabled people and their families.
Other dates are available for this challenge. Check out Discover Adventure's website for further details
Why support Scope?
One in five of us is disabled, but the gap between disabled and non-disabled people is real and it’s growing. Support our work and help us achieve our mission of everyday equality for disabled people. The funds you raise will go towards our direct services, online resources and influential campaigning, working to drive the same opportunities for every disabled person.