Hiking Trail of the Day: California’s Lost Coast Trail

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Northern California’s Lost Coast Trail gives hikers a rare chance to view coastal wilderness in a combination such as sea lions and forest. Learn more about the Lost Coast and follow this link for more information about the trails.

Hike Along the Lost Coast | 101 Things To Do Humboldt

Shelter Cove serves as a dividing line for the roughly 64 miles of California Coastal Trail along the Lost Coast. To the north and south, find pristine views of the Pacific Ocean and the rugged coast that meets it. …

Publish Date: 06/21/2008 0:00


Lost Coast Trail, finally « besthike.com blog

My boyfriend and I are going to be backpacking much of the Northern Coast this summer and are planning to tackle the Lost Coast Trail. We will definitely be referring back to this post. …

Publish Date: 04/27/2010 5:02


Lost Coast, California

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Our Excellent Adventures » Blog Archive » A visit to the Lost Coast

A visit to the Lost Coast. The Lost Coast of California is made up mainly of the King’s Range, a heavy growth set of peaks and valleys, whose western side is the Pacific Ocean. Hard to get into because of very few roads that are steep, …

Publish Date: 06/01/2010 13:25


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