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Sećinski vrh - Sokolovac @ Djerdap

Планинарски трек полази испред тунела број 17 на Ђердапској магистрали на крају моста на реци Песача. После пар стотина метара пут излази из букове шуме. По изласку на чистину наставили смо каменитим гребеном још педесетак метара. Тако смо стигли на први видиковац на Соколовцу (588м). Врхови који се виде са те позиције су Шомрда, Шиљак на Ртњу и Борски Стол.

Одатле иде стаза паралелна са гребеном до врха Соколовца (626м) односно Сећински врх. Ту смо пола сата уживали у погледу на Дунав и Ђердапску клисуру..

При силаску на ђердапску магистралу пронашли смо фосиле морских шкољки. Аутобусом смо потом отишли до Голубачке тврђаве а касније и до Голупца где је направљена мања пауза. Око 19 часова стигли смо натраг у Пожаревац.

Дужина 12 км
Укупни савладани успон 550 м
Најнижа тачка 98 м
Највиша тачка 602 м
Кондициона тежина 2/10
Техничка тежина 1/10
Број извора питке воде 2

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