The north west corner of Jersey offers some of the finest sea kayaking on the Island. Tonight it was particularly beautiful, with the stunning light and calm seas. A great Thursday night paddle with the Jersey Canoe Club.
Heading north from Stinky Bay
Le Pinacle viewed from the south. A cave system cuts through this headland.
Pete with the stunning north west face of Le Pinacle.
Heading towards the Gun Cliffs. The impact of the German occupation is clearly visible.
Alex heading into the bay to the north of Le Pinacle.
Typical north west coast scenery. The nearest land to our left is Newfoundland, this evening the North Atlantic is particularly quiet.
Underneath La Nethe Falaise. Even late on a May evening most of the cliff remains in shadow. This is “The Black Cliff” in Jersey French. It will have extra meaning for those readers who have an interest in the history of Welsh rock climbing.
Just to the east of Grosnez, some superb rock climbing routes.
Approaching Plemont Bay, a real gem.
Time to head back to L’Etacq.
The moon passing close to the summit of Le Pinacle. It is clear why there are Spring Tides at certain times of the month.