Spring Water with Bath

Spring Water with Bath

Natural Spring Water Without Accumulated River Water
This presence of flowing freshwater meant that it was not rainwater flows in its origin, but instead chilled and underground fresh spring water. This phenomenon of freshwater creation is simply Highland and mountain affected by gravity, naturally downloading the torrential deluges from the rainy seasons into the natural aquifers.

Warm Sunbathing but Cold Mornings
Characterized by frigid nights, the average temperature of the mountain Entoto's plateau is below comfortable bathing degrees with its average temperature of about 12 ° C. Thus, the result of these long and cold nights, in turn, determines the degree of cooling effect in the mentioned natural Highland pools. However, the mountain afternoon hike is usually very warming, so any refreshing bath is enticing, fun, and welcoming comfortable.

The Afternoon's Warm and Inviting Cliffs
Important and crucial here is to wait with the baths until the sun warmed up the surrounding rocks. Usually, this comfortable warmed rock degree occurs in about lunchtime and the invites to the relaxing half hour or more extended warming sunbathing. These were the unforgettable and beautiful experiences at the stream of the very well-formed and clean rocks above Bee's Cliff.

The Paths To Bees' Cliff Natural Pools.

Detailed Description of the Map & Trails
The different ways to these natural pools just above Bees' Cliff (14) follow those previously described from point (37). Thus, there are several very different paths choices just uphill from point (38) but also becomes enriched by a more thorough, independent acquaintance with the full south-eastern to north-western eroded soil road (41) located just above points (14 - 16).

The Arrival to the High Plateau (41- 42)
The high plateau is an evident and apparent contrast to the quite steep hiking up from the sculptural river banks at the sanctuary of  Entoto Kidane Mehret (32). Behind now is Bees' Cliff's adventurous and beautiful experience (14) and the adorable viewpoint (16).   But still, they are very near, with Bees' Cliff (14) just to the south and the charming view (16),  now behind but in close walking contact located on the threshold below the southern outer rim of this high plateau.


These photos of water-filled streams and cascading waterfalls are all shot just above Bees' Cliff (14) at Entoto's southern highland plateau - from early October to the beginning of November. It has, at the time for all of these active water sports photographs passed about one to two months since the long rain season ended.

 Despite the period passed from these photos opportunities and the last rains are over a month, it is still a great asset of bath and fresh spring water flow on the higher ground of Entoto. But maybe for those some hilarious adventures, it would have been even more suitable if they had occurred a month earlier and thus offered even more engaging spontaneous bath activities.

Unforgettable Spring Water Bath of the High Plateau

Observe, One Heavy Rain Season Every Year.
There are two rainy seasons per year, the short rainy season from March to May and the significant rains from July to September. The highest rainfall intensity occurs in July and August (Demissew, 1988). This place may appear scary during the relatively long rainy season, as the water flows are high and intertwined with rapidly sudden thunderstorms where only a powerful terrain vehicle would give protection.

Some Mornings Hours of Wonderful Respite
While this site offers an exhilarating beauty and the regularity that the storms usually follow a bound rhythm, its experience in beautiful, cosy daily hours can be both an exciting and irresistible occurrence, provided a conscious behaviour to return in time before the next thunderstorm.

Water: There must be water available all year round, and most of the brooks dry out sometime during a year. There are, however, a few springs within the Park area, providing water for all seasons.

Rain Season: There are two rainy seasons per year, the minor rains from March to May and the big rains from July to September. The highest rainfall intensity occurs in July and August (Demissew 1988).

Adventure History.
"Entoto's climate during the rainy season was moreover far from pleasant, for it suffered from many storms. A French traveller, Jules Borelli, states that it was a place of much lightning, thunder and fog, while his compatriot, Charles Michel, remarked that, ''exposed to the wind, difficult of access, and without drinking water'' (Ibid, p.103).

A Great Wildlife View and Meandering River

The High Plateau's Brooks & Landscape
Natural Rock Pool above the Dramatic Abyss of Bees' Cliff (14)
The picture shows a natural pool at the first southern rim ledge of the high plateau. The scene is reminiscent of an invitingly wild and deep rock bath. The location of this bath is just a few steps above the hidden stone chamber, which forms the northern preamble to the abyss of Bees' Cliff (14).

The scene is reminiscent of invitingly wild rock baths in absolute proximity to the breathtaking view above the canyon (35). The location of these baths is just a few steps above the hidden stone chamber, which forms the northern preamble to the abyss of Bees' Cliff.

This unique rock pool at the southern rim of the high plateau shows the oddly cosy and rather deep-cut bath just a few steps above the hidden mountain vault above Bees' Cliff (14) and its abyss. On this occasion of this photo, it passed just over a month since any rainfall and the rainy season.

The plateau just above Bees' Cliff (14) is a magnificently beautiful place with a great panorama view over the stream and many characters in the landscape. When the scene turns south, the abyss Bees' Cliff (14), the ravine, is very close, where the river's further gorge meandering (35) becomes intuitively felt through the profound cooling airflow rising from the unknown abyss below the field of view.


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