The Route

Route Overview

The route of the Dorset 100 is available to view. The route is basically anti-clockwise starting and finishing at Broadwey, which is next to Upwey station and is served by regular trains from Bristol and London. The anti-clockwise circular route passes through some of the finest inland countryside…

Route Viewer

Route viewer You can look at the route in detail on Bing Maps (see below if that doesn't work properly) by opening this link. This is the recce version of the route over public rights of way. This viewer probably won't work on a smartphone. Zoom in to see more detail. It goes down to a 1:25000 map.…

Route description

The final versions of the route description and GPX files, including the permissive sections over private land, have now been deleted from this site. If you want to walk the hundred route, you will have to walk the recce route which is entirely over public rights of way. This route description is …

Routeside Points of Interest

This page has some informatiion about places you will pass on the route. You can look at some photos too. Bincombe: Large military camps were set up here during the reign of George III to keep an eye open for Napoleon's planned invasion army. Two deserters were caught nearby, brought back to…

Route summary

This is a summary of the statistics of the main event route. //       Distance (miles) Ascent (feet)     Checkpoint Leg Tot Leg Tot Open Close Sta Start 0 0 0 0 Sat 10:00 Sat 14:00 CP1 Crossways 9.8 9.8 1044 1044 Sat 12:20 Sat 17:00 CP2 Briantspuddle 6.9 16.8 477 1521 Sat 14:00 Sat…