Redcar Mudstone formation and the Petrified Forest

A very distinctive stone formation, locally called the Redcar Rocks, runs obliquely from the beach, starting near the RNLI station.

Farther out to sea, and visible occasionally at very low tides, is the petrified forest, thought to have been part of doggerland 5,000+ years ago.

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