“La Prévôté sits at the edge of an expansive Trust landholding of coastal and countryside trails. Spectacular throughout the year. ”
“A meandering stream borders the inland pathway which starts near the abreveur (water trough) en route to La Prévôté watchtower.”
“La Prévôté watchtower, known locally as 'the big E' for its silhouette against the rising sun”
La Prévôté and Clifton Valley
La Prévôté enjoys an expansive seascape position, with walks alongside Clifton Valley and a verdant pathway beside a meandering stream. An ideal circular walk from a coastal position to nearby countryside finishing back at this high cliff top position.
Park at La Prévôté and head inland along a lane which passes Clifton Valley, one of the first land parcels acquired by the Trust. More Trust land starts at the parish trough, known as an abreveur, on the lane leading from La Prévôté watchtower and stretches down the valley to the west of the road, marked by wooden posts. Marked by wooden posts, a pathway, following a stream, has been created and joins up with the cliff path which in turn, takes you back to La Prévôté.
Parking: Park at La Prévôté watchtower
Terrain: Moderate. Cliff steps involved.
Distance: On average, a couple of miles
How to find us
Perry's guide: 27H5 | GPS 49.42316, -2.61881
Bus routes: 91 and 92