Le Catioroc & Lihou Island
From top to bottom or the other way around, the elevated or lower positions at Le Catioroc enjoy beautiful sunsets or verdant shelter. There is a copse to investigate and plenty of blackberry picking opportunities during the late summer and early autumn months.
Located near Le Trépied, a single chamber megalithic tomb, lies a major land asset donated to the Trust in 1965 by Col H.A. Randall. From Le Trépied, the path inland leads to a large stone marking the beginning of National Trust of Guernsey land. The area stretches from the memorial stone to lower pastures, with parking at a small car park on the nearby headland. An enjoyable circular walk from top to bottom takes around an hour.