Wareham Walls surround Wareham on three sides, the river Frome protecting the southern side.
The embankments remaining today were once topped by stone walls which were used to defend the town from Viking invaders. We hope to avoid any conflict with Vikings during our walk!
Our walk will be start by acending the West Wall embankment, continuing around the walls before diverting to join the "Two Rivers Walk" between the rivers Piddle and Frome toward Poole Harbour before returning to rejoin the Walls to the finish on Wareham Quay.
Non-Walkers are welcome to join us in the Quay Inn on Wareham Quay - we anticipate that the walk will take approx 3 hours.
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