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We were just driving and kept seeing gorgeous sights. Then realised we were on this stretch of the road on our way out of Redwood Park.
It keeps kids off digital devices as they too check out natures beautiful scenery. It's super the way it...More
We went for a drive along the California redwood coast. Stopping at various adventures along the way. There is a wonderful coastal tour from the state and federal parks and many drive thru trees as a treat.
It's really cool spot I have been going to for years but has a couple of cavetes to it. The camp is about 1/4 mile from the parking lot which leaves the cars vulnerable to break in while you're sleeping in your tent. Break-ins are...More
This is a beautiful and phenomenal road...I have done many times in the past...but because of torrential rains preceding this trip...there was significant damage to the coastal roads...pretty much one lane all the way and many road closures and landslides and just much roadwork everywhere...being...More
we drove the whole 30 miles of this spectacular trial and it was 'wow' nothing can compare to these magnificent trees that tower over 300 feet and grow in such abundance in this national park. if you love tress this is an absolute must. 10...More
Not sure whether this is what I saw. However we travel From Ave of Giant then off 101 to route 1 ( curvy mountain road). From West Port to all the way down to Bodega bay are so pretty. You can hike down any vista...More
We hiked a short section of this Trail on our way down to Enderts beach. We found the trail to be well developed, very nice to hike with great views and interesting topography. It appears to be well thought out and connects a number of...More
I've been on the CA Coastal Trail many times -- both walking and driving. This is the old wagon road that was built between Eureka and Crescent City in the late 1800's. It was built right out on the edge of the cliffs so that...More
If you like nature you'll love he Coastal Trail. This is some of the most amazing hiking we have ever done. The majestic Redwood Forest boarder some of the most isolated coastline on the west coast. It's unbelievable that 3 hours north of San Francisco...More