Friday, 19 October 2012


A slightly perverse trip in terms of tidal planning, as you paddle out of the estuary on the flood, and back in against the ebb - but when you only have a couple of hours to spare this trip is a good way to see a quieter part of the Anglesey shoreline.

Mouth of the Cefni

Looking seaward - not much water ...

The buoyage system is fairly basic

You can just about tell what this is

A gradual change from protected estuary to being at sea as you approach and then round the headland.

This beach seems to save a wave for when I land or launch

Although looking at the Google satellite image - maybe there is always some surf here.  

About 13k paddled - see SKW Trip Planning for information on launching, tidal planning, etc.