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California Coastal Trail

From Redwoods to the Sea Along the Crescent City Harbor Trail

According to Sarah Caron of the Crescent City Chamber of Commerce, Del Norte County is home to the cleanest river in the continental U.S., the Smith River, and also has the tallest trees in the world. The Crescent City Coastal Trail comes down through these towering Redwoods as it enters the city, then follows the shoreline for six miles from Crescent City Harbor to Point St. George. Along the way, visitors can see two historic lighthouses, monitor the ocean for marine life and watch fishing boats come into the harbor. Crescent City is also developing a robust Sister City relationship with Rikuzentakata, a fishing town in Japan, which came about after a mysterious boat washed ashore in Crescent City from the 2011 tsunami.

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Crescent City Harbor Trail

Del Norte County is home to the cleanest river in the continental U.S., the Smith River.
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Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park

Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park hosts sea-side bluffs above ancient redwoods.
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Connecting Communities on the Humboldt Bay Trail

The Humboldt Bay Trail is a network of trails that will connect Humboldt's largest cities.
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Haul Road: MacKerricher State Park

The Fort Bragg Coastal Trail sees as many as 12,000 people per day on holiday weekends.
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Restoring Coastal Access at Noyo Headlands Park

In Fort Bragg, California, an industrial mill site closed off the coastline for 150 years.
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Pelican Bluffs and The Art of Trail Design

The Mendocino Land Trust has just completed the two-mile Pelican Bluffs Trail.
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The Sea Ranch: An Environmentally-Planned Community

The Sea Ranch is an environmentally-planned private community along the Sonoma Coast.
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Ownership of Tribal Land Restored at Kashia Coastal Reserve

In 2015, the Trust for Public land helped establish Kashia Coastal Reserve.
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Discovering Russian History on the California Coast

Decades after the Russians withdrew, Fort Ross was acquired by the state in 1906.
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Experiencing the Wild Sonoma Coast Along the Kortum Trail

Pristine conditions along this area are a result of decades of work from activists.
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