Walking Through Autumn – The North West Corner Uncovered

Starting at L’Etacq we will look at the landscape features of the area and consider the deep history which has helped to create the landscapes. The walk will meander along a major geological boundary marking over 200 million years of rock formation and then take the steep path to Les Landes headland past the bunkers and guns from the German Occupation, across to one of Jersey’s Mesolithic sites where many flints have been found. For those who want to, we will walk down to examine the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and Roman remains at the Pinnacle before returning to L’Etacq. Good walking footwear is essential for this walk which will take around 2 – 2 1/2 hours with some steeper sections.

Bus Route 22

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