Equipment Available: 1 Tramper
- Nature Reserve
- Accessible parking
- Cafe or shop
New for 2022! Now Hiring
One of the most popular walks on England's coast, the stunning views offered along this iconic stretch of coastline to Old Harry Rocks can now be accessed by hiring an all terrain mobility scooter (Tramper).
Located at the far end of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, Old Harry Rocks is one of the most well know locations along the south coast of England. Leaving the village of Studland the Tramper makes easy work of the hill up through the woodland. The views then start to open up to the north as you look across Studland Bay towards Poole Harbour, one of the largest natural harbours in the world. As you reach the peninsula the chalk rocks of the headland and Old Harry Rocks becomes visible. The views across the channel extend past Bournemouth to the New Forest coast and another famous landmark, The Needles on the Isle of Wight. It's no wonder this walk made its way to the Top 20 of ITV's 100 Favourite Walks.
As this is a very popular destination, advance booking of the Tramper is strongly recommended to avoid disappointment - particular during spring and summer weekends and school holidays.
E-mail: [email protected] or;
Tel: 01929 450500
There is no hire fee for the Tramper but if you are not a member of Countryside Mobility you'll need to be taken through the induction process and choose either a 2 week 'Taster' membership (£2.50) or Annual Membership (£10). This can be used to access 50+ hire locations that are partners with Countryside Mobility including a number within a short distance of Studland.
Please note that there are not specific accessible toilets at the car park or neighbouring pub. Accessible toilets can be be found at Manor Farm Tearoom and at National Trust Knoll Beach Car Park.
Contact National Trust Studland
South Beach Car Park, Manor Road, Studland, Dorset, BH19 3AU