About this spot
Coney's Castle is an Iron Age Hill Fort, small in comparison to a number of Dorset’s other forts, but still very worthy of a visit. Located near to Bridport, and with extensive views from its eastern perimeter, the fort is on a narrow north-south ridge reaching a height of 210m, with steep natural slopes to the west, and a high artificial rampart and ditch to the east. Whilst small in size, the wooded ramparts and accompanying ditches bordering the eastern side of the fort offer some great photographic opportunity, with characterful trees aplenty.
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