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Tour of the Unknown Coast

Tour of the Unknown Coast

Various distances are available, ranging from highly skilled, to families with kids. Five distances are available, 100 miles, 100 kilometers, 50 miles, 20 miles, and 10 miles. With the 100 mile distance being the most vigorous, and the 10 mile distance perfectly flat, and everything ranging in between. No matter what distance you train for, the sites are guaranteed to be beautiful, taking you through groves of redwoods, steep coastal bluffs, flat and scenic ocean views. Route Directions From: http://tuccycle.org/rides…

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Paradise Royale Mountain Bike Trail

Paradise Royale Mountain Bike Trail

The Paradise Royale MTB trail system opened in fall 2008 with the dedication of a 14 mile loop to rave reviews from riders across the US, and a feature article in the March 2009 issue of “Bike” magazine. It is beautiful single track built for mountain biking. This was designed for mountain biking, and all other users must yield to bikes! There is something for everyone here. There are optional jumps and drops on the descent. Sweet banked corners, swooping…

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King Range National Conservation Area ~ Mountain Biking

King Range National Conservation Area ~ Mountain Biking

The Paradise Royale Mountain Bike Trail is a 14 mile loop trail dedicated with a celebration on National Public Lands Day, September 27, 2008 to recognize all the groups and individuals who contributed 4,000 volunteer hours to build the 14-mile loop trail. The 14 mile loop opened to rave reviews from riders across the US, and a feature article in the March 2009 issue of “Bike” magazine. It is beautiful single track built for mountain biking. This was designed for…

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Hammond Trail

Hammond Trail

The Hammond Trail is a 5-plus mile hiking/biking/equestrian segment of the California Coastal Trail. Managed by Humboldt County Parks, it stretches from the Arcata Bottoms northward to Clam Beach County Park in McKinleyville. The trail has been voted “best place to walk, jog, or bike” in Humboldt County in a poll taken by the Times-Standard newspaper. If you want to take a bike ride in Humboldt County, this is the place! Beginning in Arcata Bottoms – Mad River pedestrian bridge,…

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7 Mile Coastal Trail, MacKerricher State Park

7 Mile Coastal Trail, MacKerricher State Park

Adjacent to The Beachcomber Motel is beautiful MacKerricher State Park and the 10 Mile Coastal Trail, Which is a 7 mile long, paved Coastal trail great for walking and biking. Along the path you will find many interesting viewing points, wildlife, blow holes, tide pools, historic pudding creek trestle, board walks and great beaches. MacKerricher State Park offers a variety of habitats; beach, bluff, headland, dune, forest and wetland. Tidepools are along the shore. Seals may be seen on the…

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