About this spot
Old Harry Rocks, and the smaller two stacks to the west, are the final remnants of what was once a chalk ridge running to the Isle of Wight. These final remnants of millions of years of coastal erosion are a truly wonderful sight and a geological wonder, although it is only a matter of time before Old Harry goes the way of his wife who collapsed in the late 19th century. Old Harry is yet another old smuggler’s haunt from yesteryear that dot the Jurassic Coast.
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