Ridge walk is featured
Koolewong Ridge Walk is featured in the latest edition of the Bays Bulletin, the newsletter of the Bays Community Group.
"This walk can be accomplished in half a day, but to fully appreciate the scenic spots, anyone participating should take longer and have lunch on the creek that flows into Woy Woy Bay," according to group president Ms Cathy Gleeson.
"The trail is ideal for bushwalkers as it follows the narrow Koolewong ridge, providing views of the green waters of Woy Woy Bay, with a backdrop of Spion Kop headland.
"The ideal lunch spot is located at the lowest point of the trail, which comes to an open rocky section with clear pools and deep potholes, perfect for relaxing and taking in the scenery.
"Towards the end of the walk, there is a steep valley which encompasses an eroded sandstone cave.
"The erosion has created a honeycomb effect on the cave ceiling, carved by wind and sand."
Newsletter, 13 Apr 2017
Cathy Gleeson, Bays Community Group
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