La Cliffs located in the Nouvellhem Cliffs
|Park Status||since 30 January 2020|
Nouvellehm Cliffs, is a portion of the Kimald River coastline that is elevated with plateau features. The cliffs face reaches a height of an estimated 20 feet (6.09 m) from its base to an estimated 2 feet from its base. It owes its striking appearance to its composition of the rugged grey clay that is elevated in a relatively flat area over a creek. Nouvellehm Cliffs encomasses 4 different cliffs,, but is the most popular for pictures and tourists is La Cliffs. On 30 January 2020 the Nouvellehm Cliffs, which La Cliffs is located in, was named a provincial park by the Squamily Assembly. However due to the popularity of La Cliffs it was already a national landmark in Posaf, named by Prince Henry II.