West Bay ©Malcolm Balmer (Dorset Camera)

DORSET WALKING MAPS

Dorset is perhaps best known for its spectacular coastline, now a World Heritage Site, where a succession of extraordinary rock formations are strung out like pearls, from the crumbling chalk stacks of Old Harry Rocks to Lulworth Cove and the limestone arch of Durdle Door. Yet Dorset has so much more than coastline: forest trails and heathland; grassy downs much beloved by prehistoric man; meandering river paths and pretty villages tucked away from the major roads.

Based on Ordnance Survey cartography under licence, our walking maps show a selection of walks taking in the highlights of this wonderfully diverse county, from wildlife-rich rambles along the little-known Avon Valley Path to windswept coastal walks, forest trails and walks in the footsteps of Dorset's famous sons, Thomas Hardy and T E Lawrence. 

Bolderwood (Roman Hobler)

The Avon Valley Path - essential map guide for walkers

Walking Map

ISBN 978 1 85215 1935
Scale:1: 25,000
Sheet size: 770mm x 440mm
Published: 2018
£5.99

Walking Map

ISBN 978 1 85215 1874
Scale:1: 38,000
Sheet size: 380mm x 514mm
Published: 2013
£1.99

Walking Map
ISBN 978 1 85215 0600
Scale: 1:38,000
Sheet size: 380mm x 514mm 
£1.99

Walking Map
ISBN 978 1 85215 0679
Scale: 1: 38,000 
Sheet size: 380mm x 514mm
£1.99

Walking Map
ISBN 978 1 85215 7012
Scale: 1: 38,000
Sheet size: 380mm x 514mm
£1.99

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