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Trebarwith Strand

Outlander Avatar
Outlander 14 103
8 Mar 2019 1:55PM
Hi Folks,
I will be in North Cornwall next week and planning to visit Trebarwith Strand, Now i figure it all depends on the tide height, but taking a best guestimate how soon after high tide can you get down onto the rocks to get some shots of the water flowing through the rocks .
Hope this makes sense
cheers all.
KevinEllison Avatar
8 Mar 2019 8:22PM
Absolutely no idea, but a good ploy might be to spend some time in a local hostelry....okay....a bar...and “observe” the conditions, purely in the interest of photographic potential of course..

A lovely part of our country anyway, hope you get more useful suggestions from sensible folk..I just wonder if tide-tables can give you a pointer..? coupled with local observation from a bar of course...oh...I’ve mentioned that already...

Bet the local folk could help here...Wink

Outlander Avatar
Outlander 14 103
8 Mar 2019 9:18PM
Cheers Kev, got the tide tables sorted,down the local watering hole it is then 😃
CBumpkin Avatar
CBumpkin 15 32 United Kingdom
8 Mar 2019 11:27PM

Low tide you can walk along the beach. High tide and a good surf can be spectacular; every so often a series of bigger waves roll in, so wait and watch and stay safe!
Outlander Avatar
Outlander 14 103
9 Mar 2019 7:45AM
Thanks CBumpkin, you seem that litle gulley to the left that's what i am after,been sailing/surfing 20 years+ also cox/crew member on a rescue rib so have a very healthy respect for the sea, although I have had my share of boot filling moments. Cheers .


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