Selim Tezcan
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  • Фото Patonga to Cowan Point: 18 JUL 2009 06:15
  • Фото Patonga to Cowan Point: 18 JUL 2009 06:15
  • Фото Patonga to Cowan Point: 18 JUL 2009 06:15
  • Фото Patonga to Cowan Point: 18 JUL 2009 06:15
  • Фото Patonga to Cowan Point: 18 JUL 2009 06:15
  • Фото Patonga to Cowan Point: 18 JUL 2009 06:15

Время  7 часов 33 минут

Координаты 1876

Uploaded 7 ноября 2009 г.

Recorded июля 2009

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3 m
-212 m
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3,9
7,8
15,66 nm

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рядом с  Patonga, New South Wales (Australia)

This is my second solo into Broken Bay. Departed from Patonga Creek boat ramp all stops to Cowan Point and back, 28kms. I stayed very close to the edge. It is bit like what I would like to call a ‘bush walk by the water’s edge’. I stopped on almost every beach I saw. I was pleasantly surprised to find many small but otherwise very cute waterfalls all the way.

Hungry beach, Little Pittwater beach, Refuge Bay and Cottage Rock are all great stopovers here.
I enjoyed the landscape decorated with hanging gum trees and black boys, saw one sea eagle, many water birds and an army of Soldier Crabs at Refuge bay.

I had lunch at Cowan Point (near beach with no name on map). I turned back to Patonga via Little Shark Rock Point (I was bit concerned there J), Fisherman’s Beach and Broken Bay national fitness centre. More Photos here >> http://www.panoramio.com/user/1954242

4 комментарийиев

  • Фото Oldboots

    Oldboots 09.11.2009

    That's a really nice paddle you had there. I hope you were watching the tide as it can get quite fast and make it hard work in a kayak but I see you stuck to the edges except for the last squirt home. Did you get out and climb a few hills because you GPS trail gives a fair bit of up and down hill, or were there gigantic rollers coming up the bay? :)

  • Selim Tezcan 09.11.2009

    Yes I know, I watch the tides and the weather but sometimes it can't be help. I am not sure why the track comes over land like this. I am thinking a: my GPS device is bad b: Google Earth Image is bad or c: perhaps the earth has moved :)
    Thanks for your comments.

  • Фото Oldboots

    Oldboots 09.11.2009

    Actually I wasn't commenting on how the track shows on the map but the figures that Wikiloc produces on the accumulated height; uphill and downhill. I know my GPS takes some time to settle into the right altitude but once it has warmed up it seems ok.

  • Фото Oldboots

    Oldboots 09.11.2009

    and now having looked at the actual elevations that makes sense because according to your GPS you started out 212 metres below sea level and worked your way up to the surface. My GPS does the same silly stuff.

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