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Jersey National Park
'Walk in the Park'

Free walk

The Jersey National Park extends over an area of approximately 30 miles (48km) of Jersey’s coastline, Les Écréhous, Les Minquiers and Pierres de Lecq or Paternosters. I am teaming up with the Jersey National Park to bring you a guided walk to rediscover the botanical finds of the sub-tropical gardens of Rozel Valley & also to explore the wooded pathways discovering Le Dolmen du Couperon.

le Dolmen du Couperon

Rozel Valley was a principal showplace of the Island during the 19th century. This frost-free valley, with its own microclimate, is worth a visit when it starts to bloom in spring. Also get to visit the delightful bay of La Saie, where the Le Couperon Dolmen looks out onto the coast of France, and then walk inland through the natural wooded area onto the country lanes, where an ancient river valley is visible as the road cuts through the terrain. 

Duration: 2.00 hours long. Difficulty: moderate

Starting from the bottom of Chateau La Chaire Hotel. Bus 3. This route follows rough paths, steps and maybe, muddy ground. 

Please wear sensible footwear.

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