This is a great sight to be seen when the tide is at it's fullest. In 2002, the hike down was not too bad but since then the path has changed somewhat. You must make sure to wear walking shoes as it is quite a scramble over some of the rocks. We got a couple of great pictures both times. Before you go check with your hotel people as to when high tide will occur. Sometimes it is in the morning and other times in the evening. If you do this in the warmer months, make sure to take water with you as the climb back up really gets you parched.
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