The South West Coastal path runs through the Axmouth Undercliffs NNR from Axmouth Harbour to the Cobb Harbour at Lyme Regis.

This section of the East Devon and Dorset coast line has been prone to land slips for thousands of years. Although land slips still occur due to the instability of the ground and cliffs, the largest and most spectacular landslip of recent times occurred on the coast line at Dowlands Cliffs between Axmouth and Lyme Regis in 1839, creating ravines and a rough, torn up landscape.
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