High Cliff - 1

A view at Low tide.
High Cliff at 723ft (223m) is the highest cliff in Cornwall .
The coast path descends from High Cliff to the valley below , above Rusey Beach , then climbs up to this viewpoint at nearly the same height.
Cambeak in the distance.
South of Rusey Beach the Cliffs are of shales from the Lower Carboniferous Period.
To the North alternating sandstones and shales from the Upper Carboniferous Period
Ref:
3721
Date:
2015-07-29 00:00:00.0
Location:
SX 1255.9360
Photographer:

High Cliff - 1

A view at Low tide.
High Cliff at 723ft (223m) is the highest cliff in Cornwall .
The coast path descends from High Cliff to the valley below , above Rusey Beach , then climbs up to this viewpoint at nearly the same height.
Cambeak in the distance.
South of Rusey Beach the Cliffs are of shales from the Lower Carboniferous Period.
To the North alternating sandstones and shales from the Upper Carboniferous Period
Ref:
3721
Date:
2015-07-29 00:00:00.0
Location:
SX 1255.9360
Photographer: