The Osmington White Horse.
Carved in 1808 into the limestone hillside it is a likeness of a mounted
King George III who was a benefactor to nearby Weymouth and there
became the first monarch to bathe in public in the sea. - froud.com
These pictures are from a 16.5 mile fairly bracing walk starting at the NT South Down car park,
passing along the South Dorset Ridgeway to Durdle Door and back along the South West Coast Path
through beautiful scenery, culminating in a visit to White Horse Hill at Osmington then back to the start.