King Range and the Lost Coast

King Range and the Lost Coast

At 4,087 feet above the Pacific, King Peak is the highest point on the U.S. continental coastline (excluding Alaska). Administered by the BLM (Bureau of Land Management) King Range National Conservation Area became an addition to the U.S. Wilderness System in 2006. It covers 60,000 acres, with over 42,000 in wilderness areas and extends along 35 miles of northern California coastline. Humboldt Wild photography book by Arleen Olson highlights the beauty of the King Range and the Lost Coast along with the incredible diversity that is Humboldt County. It can be viewed at arleenolsonphotography.com

For More Information, Contact:

Arleen Olson
[email protected]
arleenolsonphotography.com
P.O. Box 550, Redway, CA 95560
707 923-1974

 

King Range and the Lost Coast