A secluded site with wonderful views across the surrounding countryside; a favourite with walkers and summer picnickers.
This site, which contains important pockets of chalk grassland, is renowned for its wonderful views across Dorset's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The ancient Wessex Ridgeway route runs close to the site. Current management aims to improve its biodiversity.
Grid reference: ST 792 071
Size: 6 acres/2.43ha
Look out for: Buzzards, Ravens and Stonechat
Habitat: Chalk grassland and scrub
Owner: North Dorset District Council
Managed by: Dorset Countryside
Bus: Crown Inn, Ibberton
Nearest train: Gillingham (14 miles)
Parking: Parking for four cars
Access: No disabled access
How to get there:
Above Ibberton village beside the road between Belchalwell and Bulbarrow Hill.