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A stroll through the famous white cliffs and English history.


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2.2

Miles

3.5

KM

Point to Point

330' 101 m

High

98' 30 m

Low

402' 123 m

Up

348' 106 m

Down

6%

Avg Grade (4°)

27%

Max Grade (15°)

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Features Geological Significance · Historical Significance · Views · Wildflowers

5 pound entrance fee and additional 10 pounds to enter the Fay Bay Deep Shelter Museum

Description

The White Cliffs of Dover are a iconic formation that traditionally is the last thing people would see when leaving the UK for mainland Europe and the first thing they would see when coming home.

This is mostly a make your own adventure with lots of braided trails. Along the trail the other than the wandering ponies, the main points of interest are the WWII Fay Bay Deep Shelter, which is now a museum, and the Victorian-era South Foreland Lighthouse. The Langdon Stairs can be used to make it down to the the ocean.

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Russell Hobart

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Profile of the famous white cliffs
Aug 3, 2022 near Dover, GB

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