San Clemente: A Trail by the Rails | KCET
San Clemente: A Trail by the Rails
To sum up San Clemente's coast in numbers, you would list its two accessible train stations, the 2.3 miles of beautifully constructed trail, and 11 -- yes, 11 -- beaches. And, of course, there's more to come for this Spanish village by the sea, as its slogan goes.
The city is currently moving forward with plans to extend the trail in both directions. Heading south, it will expand from Calafia Beach to San Clemente State Beach. Northbound travelers will be able to continue past North Beach to the city of Dana Point.
As Mayor Chris Hamm told the OC Register, “It’s going to change our community forever, for the better." Right on.
This episode explores how two Ohlone chefs Louis Trevino and Vincent Medina are revitalizing Ohlone language, food practices and adapting them for a modernist palate.KCET Original
Huell Howser has passed away at the age of 67. We look back at the life of the friendly travelling host, himself a California treasure.KCET Original
- KCET Original
Martin Clunes and Caroline Catz discuss the dynamics of Martin and Louisa's relationship.KCET Original
"LA Foodways" looks at the storied agricultural history of Los Angeles to understand present food waste challenges and opportunities to bring fresh foods to urban communities.KCET Original
Embark on a journey to the most dangerous spot on the California coast and find out why it is called "Devil's Jaw"; and visit the jewel of the California missions: La Purisima Mission in Lompoc, now a state historic park.
When Phryne's Aunt Prudence opens her home to a psychiatrist and natural healer to conduct his sanatorium for 'hysterical' women, Phryne takes on more than she bargained for.
The world’s largest land predator is under threat, and George is heading to Canada’s far north to see how polar bears are coping with their rapidly changing climate.
Walter Scott is one of the great characters of California history, and Huell travels to Death Valley to learn what his legacy is all about.