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See Day 1 for the background on the 2009 Jurassic Coast Challenge.

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Picture by Hardo Müller

Picture by Hardo Müller

Worbarrow Bay is only accessible when the Lulworth army firing ranges are open to the public. It can be reached by a 1.4-kilometre (0.9 mi) walk down an easy track alongside Tyneham Gwyle, from the car park alongside the ghost village of Tyneham.

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The Dolls House

Picture by John Ousby

Picture by John Ousby

According to the sign this diminutive fisherman’s cottage at Lulworth Cove was used to raise a family of eleven children

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Lulworth Skipper by Dom Greves

Lulworth Skipper by Dom Greves

In Great Britain the Lulworth Skipper is restricted to the south coast of Dorset centered on the village of Lulworth, where it was first discovered in 1832, hence its English name. This specimen is a female.

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West Lulworth

West Lulworth by Joe Dunckley

West Lulworth by Joe Dunckley

West Lulworth is a village in the Purbeck district of Dorset, situated on the English Channel coast beside Lulworth Cove.

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Durdle Door

Durdle Door, image by Robbie G1

Durdle Door (sometimes spelled Durdle Dor) is a natural limestone arch on the Jurassic Coast near Lulworth in Dorset, England. The arch has formed on a concordant coastline where bands of rock run parallel to the shoreline. Here the rock strata are nearly vertical, and the bands of rock are quite narrow.

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Lulworth Cove

Lulworth Cove. Image by Margarida Sardo

Lulworth Cove is a cove near the village of West Lulworth, on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site in Dorset, south England. The cove is one of the finest examples of such a landform in the world, and is a popular tourist location, with over 1 million visitors a year.

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