This important site contains one of Dorset's largest fragments of chalk heath.
This rare habitat enables acid loving plants such as heather and Tormentil to grow in an otherwise alkaline area. Its designation as a Site of Nature Conservation Interest highlights the area's value. The site also offers superb views across seven counties. The Wessex Ridgeway, that runs along the road in front of the site entrance, provides access to the wider countryside.
|Look out for|
Harebell, heather and Stonechats
|Habitats||Chalk heath and scrub|
|Nearest bus stop||Park View, Woolland - information about bus services|
|Nearest train station||Gillingham (14 miles) - information about train services|
|ST 783 058|
|Parking||Up to five cars|
|Accessibility||Limited wheelchair access|
|Other activities in area||Wessex Ridgeway|
|Owner||Private landowner and leased to North Dorset District Council|
|Managed by||Dorset Countryside (Inland Team)|
How to get there
Above Woolland village beside the road between Belchalwell and Bulbarrow Hill, at the Bulbarrow Hill end.