The Two Towers – A Low Tide Exploration
A rare opportunity to walk on the seabed between Icho and Seymour Towers on one of the lowest tides of the year. Explore Europe's largest rocky intertidal zones, accompanied by guides who have lived on this coast for many years. Weave your way between rocks, sandbanks and huge rock pools and perhaps, meet the locals fishing for lobster and shellfish. Book online via our website.
Very few people experience the opportunity to walk between the two towers. Perhaps meet people out low water fishing for lobster and shellfish. Revel in the stillness and expanse of a place that is covered twice a day by some of the highest tides in the world (40ft) and see unusual marine life. Duration: 4 hours. Distance: 5 miles. Terrain: Moderate. Expect to get your feet wet to just below your knees. Wellington boots / water shoes can be hired. Note: This walk is only recommended for people with a good walking speed and includes uneven and wet surfaces.
- Family friendly
This walk is only recommended for people with a good walking speed and includes uneven and wet surfaces. Inclusion, BSL and Autism trained staff. Please contact us in advance to discuss any special requirements. We will endeavour to enable you or your group to have an enjoyable activity.
- British Sign Language
The meeting point is confirmed when you book online.
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Enter a world where the ocean disappears to the horizon and we are all visitors. Explore rock pools on a guided walk into Europe's largest rocky inter-tidal zone. Walks to Seymour Tower are also called “moonwalks”. Discover Jersey's wilderness with local guides who have explored this wonderful coast for many years.