Author 'JC' (Id 100856 ) : A Sunday stroll to the cliffs to enjoy too short a day of fine weather. The site of the end of the Alabaster Coast, interrupted by the Bay of Somme, that appears at the bottom. The village of Ault / Onival or I often drags, I left the house in the foreground right, just to show the precarious situation in which some of them are (I'm not sure it is still inhabited), we can see upper right side of the road which looks like a crack indicating the fragility of these huge pieces of chalk. For info you see the cliffs of the "ears" of cement that slow (in principle) erosion. There was a long time ago now what they called "the path of customs" there are still some portions prohibited, much collapsed at the foot of cliffs. The view is taken from the point view of Bois de Cise .