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California Coastal Trail

Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park

Season 1 Episode 43

What started as 157-acres of old-growth redwoods in 1925 has expanded into what is today a 31,000-acre State Park. Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park hosts a stretch of the California Coastal Trail that provides a vital access to this remote area, with eight miles of the trail that traverse sea-side bluffs above these ancient old-growth redwoods.

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Crescent City Harbor Trail
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6:28
California Coastal Trail

Crescent City Harbor Trail

Del Norte County is home to the cleanest river in the continental U.S., the Smith River.
Season 1 Episode 44
Connecting Communities on the Humboldt Bay Trail
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6:03
California Coastal Trail

Connecting Communities on the Humboldt Bay Trail

The Humboldt Bay Trail is a network of trails that will connect Humboldt's largest cities.
Season 1 Episode 42
Haul Road: MacKerricher State Park
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5:59
California Coastal Trail

Haul Road: MacKerricher State Park

The Fort Bragg Coastal Trail sees as many as 12,000 people per day on holiday weekends.
Season 1 Episode 41
Restoring Coastal Access at Noyo Headlands Park
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6:48
California Coastal Trail

Restoring Coastal Access at Noyo Headlands Park

In Fort Bragg, California, an industrial mill site closed off the coastline for 150 years.
Season 1 Episode 40
Pelican Bluffs and The Art of Trail Design
Episode
6:55
California Coastal Trail

Pelican Bluffs and The Art of Trail Design

The Mendocino Land Trust has just completed the two-mile Pelican Bluffs Trail.
Season 1 Episode 39
The Sea Ranch: An Environmentally-Planned Community
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7:58
California Coastal Trail

The Sea Ranch: An Environmentally-Planned Community

The Sea Ranch is an environmentally-planned private community along the Sonoma Coast.
Season 1 Episode 38
Ownership of Tribal Land Restored at Kashia Coastal Reserve
Episode
8:10
California Coastal Trail

Ownership of Tribal Land Restored at Kashia Coastal Reserve

In 2015, the Trust for Public land helped establish Kashia Coastal Reserve.
Season 1 Episode 37
Discovering Russian History on the California Coast
Episode
5:28
California Coastal Trail

Discovering Russian History on the California Coast

Decades after the Russians withdrew, Fort Ross was acquired by the state in 1906.
Season 1 Episode 36
Experiencing the Wild Sonoma Coast Along the Kortum Trail
Episode
5:08
California Coastal Trail

Experiencing the Wild Sonoma Coast Along the Kortum Trail

Pristine conditions along this area are a result of decades of work from activists.
Season 1 Episode 35
Devil's Slide Trail
Episode
6:35
California Coastal Trail

Devil's Slide Trail

Devil’s Slide was a treacherous section of Highway 1 until a landslide closed it for good.
Season 1 Episode 34
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