The cliff runs from the eastern end of Kimmeridge Bay (below the folly called Clavell Tower) east to an area called Cuddle. The cliffs consist (as at Kimmeridge Bay) of ledges of dolomite interspersed with thicker units of shale. Rockfalls are common and dangerous here. To the southeast are the Kimmeridge Ledges.
- West, Ian (5 May 2014). "Hen Cliff, Clavell Tower, Yellow Ledge – SE of Kimmeridge Bay, Dorset". Geology of the Wessex Coast of Southern England. UK: University of Southampton. Retrieved 31 August 2017.
- Freeman, Kim. "Kimmeridge Bay – Hen Cliff". Flickr.
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