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Tid  en time 7 minutter

Koordinater 389

Uploaded 19. september 2014

Recorded august 2014

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Lille udflugt i Saksun, ved mundingen af ​​floden indtil dens udgang til havet, drage fordel af lavvandet.

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5 kommentarer

  • noff 17-01-2016

    Lovely & easy walk to a rugged coast but be sure to check the tide charts - you want to go and return at low tide.

  • Mostraum 02-08-2016

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    Lovely and easy walk on low tide. One of our company jumped in the water. Be careful if you do that, the rip is strong and the water is cold.

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    Corby 02-08-2016

    Hi Mostraum, you are also very "strong" to jump in the water !

  • Mostraum 02-08-2016

    I didn't, one of the others I walked with was crazy enough to do that.

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    iasgair_71 27-05-2019

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    I had already heard and read that Saksun is to be visited at your own risk, so to say, because of one or two rather unfriendly locals. While I do understand you don t want to get near houses, leave gates open or leave rubbish as a visitor, I still do not understand how you are allowed to block access onto the beach beyond. I just followed the route as indicated on the official sign next to the parking lot where you are allowed no further by car as indicated. I saw none but other walkers returning, and past the tarmac there are no houses anyhow. A fantastic walk by any means. The sun was out in full force and in the sand by the lake you can already see how far the tide comes in. I reached the beach with the tide coming in (timetable at start of the walk) and though the place was glorious with waves thundering all around I felt uneasy about this incoming tide (4 hrs to go for high tide) because the access further back is narrow and vertical. So I had lunch by the lake further upstream. Still saw no one and no idea how I could upset anyone. I hope the tourist council and the locals get their signs and regulation in sync so it is clear for all to see because this seems to be a wider spread problem.

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