A series of stacks and the buttresses closeby hold many wall climbs facing all sorts of different directions. Rock is the orange Icart Gneiss and generally sound, although there's the odd friable hold due to a lack of traffic. Tidal.
Park in the large carpark by Hotel Jerbourg and walk westwards along the dead-end road above the cliffs. Follow the cliffpath west to the second observation bunker, then a well-trodden path down the headland. Descend to sealevel on the eastern side, the climbs are back to the west below the descent and on the stacks themselves. No bird restrictions, but seagulls nest in the area.
Jersey and Guernsey (1987)
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