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Sella Bay Overlook and Trail

Discussion in 'Trip Reports' started by computeruser6, Sep 3, 2018.

  1. Sep 3, 2018 at 4:55 AM
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    computeruser6

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    The hike to Sella Bay from the Overlook point is of moderate difficulty and can be done in less than three hours if you don't stop for too long to take photos. It was raining when I started this hike and the soil and clay were extremely slick. Everything you wear will be soaked by the time you are done with this hike whether it rains or not (sweat, river water, seawater, rain, take your pick). It doesn't take too long, the views are stunning, it's not too trashed since there is some difficulty in getting there, and it's not as dangerous as the Cetti Falls trail is. I took photos on my way back to the trail head so all of them will start in the bay. If you ever happen to stop by the island this is a trail that I would highly recommend. I hope that you enjoy the photos!
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    The Spanish must have made this bridge pretty tough.
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    This river can vary greatly in flow rate and depth.
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    You've made it to the end of my post, why not check out hundreds more photos of this hiking trail on my blog? Please don't ask me to upload all of them here one at a time.
     

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