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Sonoma Classic Coastwalk

Sonoma Classic Coastwalk

Open to all fit and active hikers from 8 to 85 are invited to join a summer Coastwalk California hiking and camping trip. The 5 day, 4 night trip takes place along the California Coastal Trail in Sonoma County. The beauty and special ecological features of the terrain are featured in guided hikes each day. Hikers have the benefit of local volunteer interpreters as the group moves from camp to camp. Delicious dinners are brought in each evening by Coastwalk…

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Inn To Inn Walking

Inn To Inn Walking

Our walker walk in and through the West Marin area. They do not drive nor park! They learn about the coast along the way (with our guidance), and they fall in love with this coast. They are therefore interested in protecting it for future generations….that is our mission! Locally or Family Owned Business Pet Friendly Notes no pets, sorry!  

Humboldt County Disc Golf Tour

Humboldt County Disc Golf Tour

Par Infinity Courses: http://www.parinfinity.org/, ParInfinity PO BOX 654 Arcata California 95518 Redwood Curtain: The Curtain is located along the western boundary of the Arcata Community Forest in the redwood-covered hills above HSU. Take 14th St. to Union St.—towards the Community Forest. Make a left on Union St and then right, up the hill, on 17th St. Hang a left at the “T” and you will find the course kiosk across from the Redwood Science Lab main entrance. This parking lot…

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Cotati Historic Walking Tour

Cotati Historic Walking Tour

Led by local historians, the Cotati Historic Walking Tour covers homes and businesses in the central Cotati area, surrounding the unique LaPlaza Park. It is described in brochures available at the Cotati Chamber of Commerce, 216 E. School St., Cotati, CA. The city’s location on the Old Redwood Highway made it a popular stopping-off spot for travelers to the Russian River and redwood forests, and restaurants and taverns still predominate among downtown businesses. Some downtown buildings were constructed of lumber…

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Big River Interpretive Walks

Big River Interpretive Walks

Big River Interpretive Walks introduce participants to many interesting facts about Big River and the Mendocino area. Led by volunteer docents along the Big River Main Haul Road, participants are treated to a walk along the river, beautiful views of the estuary and the redwoods, and the chance to learn about the cultural history of Mendocino, local plants and animals, the estuary, redwood ecology and local folklore. The Big River estuary is one of the longest undeveloped estuaries in California…

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