Here are details and photographs for the footpath from White Horse Lane up to the White Horse.

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From Sutton Poyntz: At the top end of Sutton Road, by the Waterworks, turn right into White Horse Lane.  

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From Sutton Poyntz: Straight along White Horse Lane, past White Horse Cottage.  

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From Sutton Poyntz: To the end of White Horse Lane, and out throught the two gates. To Sutton Poyntz: Through the two gates, into White Horse Lane, and thence to the top end of Sutton Road.

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From Sutton Poyntz: Through the two gates, and straight on.  

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The view up the hill, across the field called Cuckoos (anciently Great Cuckoo Park).

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The second gate, at the junction between paths to Osmington and up the hill to Margaret's Seat and East Hill.

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 The view towards White Horse Farm and the top end of Osmington.

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From Sutton Poyntz: The footpath to Osmington runs alongside the hedge. It can be heavy in winter. The path up the hill past the White Horse branches off soon, and crosses the field diagonally.  

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From Sutton Poyntz: The path up the hill to the White Horse branches off to the left here. It can be heavy in winter  

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From Sutton Poyntz: Make for the corner of the field, and the stile into the little copse  

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From Sutton Poyntz: The footpath goes through the copse, and then turns to the left and starts to climb up the hill. Note that the footpath up the hill is narrow and steeply sloping  

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   To Sutton Poyntz: Follow the path through the copse, towards a stile that takes you into a large field. Cross the field diagonally towards the village

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   To Sutton Poyntz: At the bottom of the hill, the footpath enters a small copse, and swings to the right

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The view across the valley, with Portland in the distance

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   To Sutton Poyntz: The footpath takes you diagonally down the hill. Note that it is narrow and steeply sloping

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   To Sutton Poyntz: At the edge of the Ridgeway, it is easy to miss the footpath down. It is marked by a finger-post

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   To Sutton Poyntz: The path leaves the main path close to where the path up from Osmington meets the Ridgeway path. Go through the gate, and turn to the left, towards the edge of the Ridgeway

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