Conservation in the cliffs

A captivating north coastal walk, with Bob Tompkins, exploring the rich wildlife, dramatic landscapes and vital conservation efforts.

Join Bob Tompkins from the National Trust, as he leads you on a journey along the dramatic coastline of Jersey’s north coast. This route goes from Grève de Lecq to Plémont, and back, where you’ll encounter a fascinating array of birds, plants and animals that call this spectacular landscape home.

Bob will reveal the delicate balance of this ecosystem and the conservation projects underway to preserve it. You’ll have the opportunity to witness the nesting razorbills and guillemots, and maybe even sport a puffin.

Duration: Allow over 3 hours. Difficulty: Medium to Difficult.

Meet in the middle of the bay, in the middle carpark, at the Round Tower. Bus 9. This route follows rocky terrain which is steep in places… Wear sensible footwear, and bring binoculars if you have some! Regrettably no dogs allowed.

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Each walk showcases a different aspect of the Park, from wildlife to history, to agriculture and geology, and much, much more.

The National Trust for Jersey also provide a series of wonderful walks, some of which are in the Jersey National Park. For self guided walks click here. Guided walks can be found on their event page, click here.


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