The largest of many landslip areas on the Island is the Undercliff. A strip of land has slipped towards the sea, leaving a strange rocky landscape separated from the rest of the Island by a high inland cliff. It has a very distinct look and feel to it – some say even the weather is different on the Undercliff! The mysterious landslip at Bonchurch used to be a formal pleasure garden and some of its structures, like stone walls and follies, still remain. However, rockfalls and landslides have moved many of the paths. There are some hidden steps in the rocks leading down the inner cliff. These steep, dark passages are known as The Chink and the Devil’s Chimney.