The most famous and beautiful section of the whole Trail, where the rolling hills meet the sea in stunning white chalk cliffs. The sisters are the valleys - there are eight hills.
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Fulmars (the northern hemisphere albatross) are ever present - look for birds that are similar to seagulls but have smiley faces. Peregrine falcons can also be seen here. The scrub in the lee of the cliff top hills is often used by migrant birds in spring, resting up after making landfall at last. In summer the chalk grassland along the cliffs is full of flowers.