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.
Get the free PBS App
On the September 18 edition of the Reporter Roundup, KPCC reporters discuss COVID-19 in L.A. County jails, the pandemic’s impact on working moms and LAUSD’s proposals for school police budget cuts.KCET Original
Rodrigo y Gabriela; Los Ángeles Azules; La Santa Cecilia and Natalia Lafourcade.KCET Original
Featuring Katy Perry, Pink Martini, Thomas Wilkins, Nile Rodgers & CHIC, Diego El Cigala, plus John Williams with Gustavo Dudamel and the LA Phil.KCET Original
KPCC reporters discuss Newsom’s ban on gas cars, L.A. County’s re-opening plan and Project Roomkey.KCET Original
Watch some of host Gustavo Dudamel’s favorite performances from throughout the years.KCET Original
Before the advent of the airplane, trout were "planted" in hundreds of California Lakes by horseback.
Now under investigation for election tampering, Meryl hires Penny's sharp-tongued sister, Celia, as her lawyer. Hugh comes to the aid of woman who doesn't speak English, and he is forced to perform a risky surgery.
California is the fifth largest cotton-producing state, while the San Joaquin Valley is the heart of California cotton country.