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Geowalk: Around L’Etacq and Le Pinacle

Journey through Jersey's deep time past whilst exploring the Island's north-west craggy coastline. Discover the deep time past of Jersey's north-west corner. See the features which show us that sea level and climate change is nothing new and the Anthropocene (the age of man) is upon us.

  • Seasonal opening
  • Free entry
  • Booking needed
29/06/2024
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Examine a major geological boundary, marking over 200 million years of rock formation and interesting periglacial features before walking up and around Les Landes to see bunkers and guns from the German Occupation, one of the Island's Mesolithic sites and the Neolithic stone axe factory at Le Pinacle.

This Geowalk starts in the Faulkner Fisheries carpark.

Geopark Guide: Nicky Mansell
Directions: https://w3w.co/cactus.figured.piano
Duration: 2 to 2.5 hours
Difficulty: Medium to Difficult
Extra Details: Please wear sensible footwear as this route follows rough paths, steep steps and the beach.

Dates
  • June:
  • 29th June 2024
    14:30 - 16:30
Opening Information

We are open:
August

Key Features
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Location

Faulkner Fisheries
Route des Havres
Jersey
St. Ouen
JE3 2FA

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