the Undercliff is a 5 mile stretch of coastline between Lyme Regis and Axmouth, which is formed by ever prevalent landslips, giving it a magical and unique atmosphere.

The Undercliff was formerly open rough pasture, grazed by sheep and rabbits, however it became heavily overgrown in the 20th century following the cessation of sheep farming and the decline in rabbits due to myxomatosis.

Although the South West Coast Path runs the length of the Undercliff, the terrain can be treacherous due to its unstable cliffs, deep gullies and dense undergrowth.
Ash tree silhouette at sunset from the Undercliff track, Ware 01_02_15-2Golden Cap and the coast from Ware Common 01_02_15 panoramaCoastal panorama from Ware Common 01_02_15-1Distressed paint on the garage at Underhill Farm 06_04_14-2Sea view with tree from Ware cliffs 16_02_14-2The Undercliff & cliffs nr. Seven Rock Point 13_11_13 (2000px)The Undercliff above Pinhay Bay from Ade's Rib 13_11_13-6 (2000px)The Undercliff above Pinhay Bay from Ade's Rib 13_11_13-5 (2000px)The Undercliff above Pinhay Bay from Ade's Rib 13_11_13-3 (2000px)Pinhay Bay cliffs, the Undercliff from Ade's Rib 13_11_13-6 (2000px)Pinhay Bay cliffs, the Undercliff from Ade's Rib 13_11_13-4 (2000px)Pinhay Bay cliffs, the Undercliff from Ade's Rib 13_11_13-1 (2000px)Cliff subsidence in Pinhay Bay, the Undercliff 13_11_13 (2000px)Pinhay Bay cliffs, the Undercliff from Ade's Rib 13_11_13 (2000px)Pinhay Bay & the Undercliff from Ade's Rib 13_11_13-5 (2000px)Pinhay Bay & the Undercliff from Ade's Rib 13_11_13-4 (2000px)Pinhay Bay & the Undercliff from Ade's Rib 13_11_13-3 (2000px)Pinhay Bay & the Undercliff from Ade's Rib 13_11_13-2 (2000px)Pinhay Bay & the Undercliff from Ade's Rib 13_11_13-1 (2000px)Winter sunlight on the sea through tress at Underhill 07_11_13