Fajã do Calhau Rolado
|Fajã do Calahu Rolado|
|Debris Field (Fajã)|
|Geology||Alkali basalt, Tephra, Trachyte, Trachybasalt|
|Management||Secretário Regional do Ambiente e do Mar|
|- location||Rua Cônsul Dabney - Colónia Alemã, 140, Horta, Faial|
|- elevation||28 m (92 ft)|
|Owner||Regional Government of the Azores|
|Visitation||Accessible by foot, yet restricted during periods of inclimate weather|
|Easiest access||By dirt trail|
|Geographic detail from CAOP (2010) produced by Instituto Geográfico Português (IGP)|
The Fajã do Calha Rolado, is a permanent debris field, built from the collapsing cliffs on the northern coast of the civil parish of Rosais, in the municipality of Velas, island of São Jorge, in the Portuguese archipelago of the Azores.
The cliff is visited frequently, by tourists, in the summer. It is particularly busy in September, at the time of harvest. Yam is a widespread crop, though they are grown on dry land due to the lack of water. In the past, pigs were slaughtered. A festival is held in June.