Channel Islands – Jersey | Seymour Tower Moonwalk

Sometimes described as “moonwalks”, the Seymour Tower Walk is one to remember. Though the landscape might look barren,
it is teeming with marine life and has a rich maritime history.
In 2000 the area was declared a Wetland of International Importance under the Ramsar Convention.

Explore a world that is covered up to 12 metres / 40 feet of ocean twice a day.

 

Seymour Tower as seen from La Rocque Harbour

Seymour Tower as seen from La Rocque Harbour

 

Vista along the way

Vista along the way

 

Fan worm

Fan worm

 

Limpets, sponges and seaweeds

Limpets, sponges and seaweeds

 

Odd migrants

Odd migrants

 

Mega-weed

Mega-weed

 

Gully

Gully

 

Edible seaweed

Edible seaweed

 

Sponges

Sponges

 

Sponge

Sponge

 

Vista on our way

Vista on our way

 

Anemone

Anemone

 

Squirting out white liquid

Invertebrate quirting out white liquid

 

Anemone

Anemone

 

Rainbow over Gorey

Rainbow over Gorey and Mont Orgueil Castle

 

Limpets on oyster

Limpets on oyster

 

Erratic boulder

Erratic boulder

 

Low water fishing technique

Low water fishing technique

 

Low water fishing technique

Low water fishing technique

 

Low tide fishing technique

Low tide fishing technique

 

Oyster

Oyster and seaweed

 

Purple oyster alert

Purple oyster alert

 

Approaching Seymour Tower

Approaching Seymour Tower

 

Climbing the steps

Climbing the steps

 

View over lunar-like 'land'scape towards Gorey

View over lunar-like ‘land’scape towards Gorey

 

View from Seymour Tower

View from Seymour Tower

 

Rock structure

Rock structure

 

Seymour Tower at dusk

Seymour Tower at dusk

 

Safety tower

Safety tower

 

Heading back to La Rocque

Heading back to La Rocque

 

More info: Jersey Walk Adventures