Moving time  2 hours 47 minutes

Time  4 hours 3 minutes

Coordinates 2018

Uploaded August 20, 2019

Recorded August 2019

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near Mont Mado (Jersey)

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Starting point from St. Helier by bus number 4 to the station Bonne Nuit Bay. From here, follow the road east (up) and then turn left onto the cliffpath towards Giffard and Boule Bay. Soon there is a branching in upper and lower cliff path. The two come back together later. I walked the lower path.
End: Bus stop in Rozel: Back to St. Helier by bus no. 3

A varied hike up and down with many benches, where you can enjoy the beautiful view of the bays.
Partly on steps the path winds above the coast. Many oak trees, curved by the wind with a dense foliage roof; large fern fields and flowering heather fields in August.
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Wegweiser

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Bonne Nuit Bay

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Bonne Nuit Bay

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Fort La Crete

On the outcrop La Crete the eponymous fort of 1835, which served as Lieutenant Governor, the representative of the English crown on Jersey, as a country residence. Today it is rented out as an exclusive holiday home.
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Blick auf die Giffard Bay

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Heidekraut (Erika) und Farn

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Giffard Bay mit Landzunge Belle Hougue Point

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Steinporträt

Intersection

Oberer und unterer Klippenpfad

Die beiden Klippenpfade werden wieder zu einem!
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Gedenkstein

This memorial stone indicates the landing of a British boat in 1944 in the bay Petit Port. The successful action remained undetected by the German occupiers. The British got information about the situation on the island. Here is also the guardhouse Wolf's Lair (Wolfsbau).
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Boule Bay

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Boule Bay

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Strandcafè

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Boule Bay

Castle

Blick zurück auf Fort Leicester Battery von 1745

Heute kann man hier Ferienwohnungen mieten.
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Fort von 1786 am anderen Ende der Bucht

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White Rock

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In Rozel

Rozel is located on the Bay of the same name. The houses nestle close together, a pretty place. The port of Rozel was already in use in the 13th century as it provided natural protection.

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