Just because I've been there and done it doesn't mean that you can. You know your limitations, I don't, so if you go there it is at your own risk. By mentioning the place I'm not suggesting that you go there.
Old Harry Rocks, Isle of Purbeck, Dorset, BH19 3AU
This was my first visit ever to Old Harry Rocks, from the land, I'd seen them a few times before when taking the ferry to and from Swanage and Poole. I absolutely loved it.
Old Harry Rocks are three chalk formations, located at Handfast Point, on the Isle of Purbeck in Dorset. They're at the eastern most point of the Jurassic Coast, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Thousands of years ago, Old Harry and The Needles at the Isle of Wight were linked by a line of chalk hills that eroded away during the last ice age.
I was a little nervous going as I was accompanied by my dog. I'd only taken her beside the scooter a couple of times before, and then only in places I already knew what to expect and I know that she's still a little nervous of it, and won't travel on it. I shouldn't have worried, i used her harness so that she couldn't slip her collar, and fall to her death over the vertical cliffs, as some dogs sadly have. She behaved impeccably running or walking alongside, though we stayed a little distance from the edge - with coastal erosion in Dorset that's advised anyway!
There are only a matter of a couple of hundred yards of road from the car park, post code BH19 3AU, past the Bankes Arms pub, to the WC that marks the start of the footpath up to the rocks. A short stretch of the path is pitted asphalt and puddles but then it opens onto a wider track through fields to the rocks. From above the rocks there are beautiful views of them, and the Pinnacles to the south-west, as well as to Poole, Bournemouth, and maybe on a clear day even the Needles, on the Isle of Wight. It would be worth taking binoculars, which I didn't. I'll go again.