Huge seabird colonies of Gannets, Puffins, Fulmars, Razorbills etc. Access to the cliffs is through a boardwalk across nesting areas of the Great Skuas. The boardwalk makes walking the distance much easier, and the views all around you are fabulous. If you are brave enough to cling on the edges of the cliffs you will be rewarded with great lookouts and very close up views of thousands of gannets. Near the puffin colonies, all you have to do is sit quietly and be amazed as these birds come closer and closer to you in their curiosity.
Try to pick a dry day to visit, as the site is totally exposed to the elements and it is a long walk with nowhere to rest or hide. The visitor centre is a good place near the car park to look at the map and the warden's notes, but there are no facilities for refreshments anywhere nearby so bring your own munchies and tea.
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