Hartland Moor

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Hartland Moor is a 243 hectares reserve unique in having a Y-shaped bog system which includes both acid and alkaline drainage systems. Heathland is a rare and threatened habitat, and many of the species of plants and animals found on Hartland are equally rare.

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Bird hide:5.8/10
Walk:7.3/10
Popularity rank: #8188

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Bird hide

There is a birdwatching hide (which can be accessed via the Hartland Way) at the site, together with signs and a 800 metre nature trail. Leaflets providing visitor information are available.

Directions

How to get here

Car

By car, the site is accessed via minor roads from the A351. Local villages include Arne, Stoborough Green, Ridge and Norden

Bus

Local bus services connecting Wareham and Swanage pass near the reserve on the A351.

Admission

Opening times:

Never closes

Prices:

Free

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Contact

Phone: +44 845 600 3078
Email: enquiries@naturalengland.org.uk
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