Dorchester is the county town of Dorset, England.- Dorchester, Dorset
The Dorset Downs are an area of chalk downland in the centre of the county Dorset in south west England.- Dorset Downs
A historic market town, Dorchester is on the banks of the River Frome to the south of the Dorset Downs and north of the South Dorset Ridgeway that separates the area from Weymouth, 7 mi to the south.- Dorchester, Dorset
The county town is Dorchester, in the south.- Dorset
From the northern scarp face, the hills dip gently southwards before the chalk disappears beneath the Bagshot Beds which form the heathlands of the county, between Dorchester and Wareham.- Dorset Downs
These limestone areas include a wide band of Cretaceous chalk which crosses the county as a range of hills from north-east to south-west, incorporating Cranborne Chase and the Dorset Downs, and a narrow band running from south-west to south-east, incorporating the Purbeck Hills.- Dorset
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Weymouth is a seaside town in Dorset, on the English Channel coast of England.
Situated on a sheltered bay at the mouth of the River Wey, 11 km south of the county town of Dorchester, Weymouth had a population of 53,068 as of 2018.
The South West Coast Path has two routes around Weymouth and Portland—one around its coast, and one along the South Dorset Downs, which reduces the path's length by 31.0 km. The steep ridge of chalk, locally known as The Ridgeway, separates Dorchester and Weymouth.
The River Frome is a river in Dorset in the south of England.
The river rises in the Dorset Downs at Evershot, passes through Maiden Newton, Dorchester, West Stafford and Woodsford.