Without a boat you won't have much luck trying to reach this one (map) - there are no easy routes down. It's below La Saline Quarry, in Mourier Bay - part of the larger St.John's Bay according to the phone book map.
.. closer - observe what looks like a path... we'll come to that later :)
So many landslides, no wonder there's no cliffpath along here yet.
So, the most reliable way here is by boat...
.. and it's worth a visit if you like to step upon parts of Jersey far from the maddening crowd :)
Old granite steps from what must be many years ago - fishing origin or tourism, I wonder?
The path leads to a ladder bit...
.. and a then steep climb with rope for assistance.
It's probably one of those anglers' routes - they're a dedicated bunch. The path ends up behind a locked gate near the usual footpath - so it's not a path to try from above if you like sticking to society's rules! I wonder who owns this land though?
View west from up here...
.. and the coast to the east...
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