California - North Coast & Redwoods (Chapter)
This is the North Coast & Redwoods chapter from Lonely Planet’s California guidebook.
The craggy cliffs, towering redwoods and windswept bluffs of the north have little in common with California’s other coastline. The jagged edge of the continent is wild and scenic, with the world’s tallest trees and a string of idiosyncratic two-stoplight towns.
- explore the gargantuan forests and dramatic coast of Redwood National & State Parks (p)
- feel small amongst the standing and fallen giants in Humboldt Redwoods State Park (p)
- hike the lush, remote and wild Lost Coast (p)
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Coastal Highway 1, Bodega Bay, Sonoma Coast State Beach, Jenner, Fort Ross State Historic Park, Salt Point State Park, Sea Ranch, Gualala & Anchor Bay, Point Arena, Manchester, Elk, Van Damme State Park, Mendocino, Jug Handle State Reserve, Fort Bragg, MacKerricher State Park, Westport, Along Highway 101, Hopland, Clear Lake, Anderson Valley, Ukiah, Around Ukiah, Willits, Southern Redwood Coast, Leggett, Richardson Grove State Park, Benbow Lake, Garberville, Lost Coast, Humboldt Redwoods State Park & Avenue of the Giants, Scotia, Ferndale, Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge, Eureka, Samoa Peninsula, Arcata, Northern Redwood Coast, Trinidad, Patrick’s Point State Park, Humboldt Lagoons State Park, Redwood National & State Parks, Klamath, Crescent City, Tolowa Dunes State Park & Lake Earl Wildlife Area, and Pelican State Beach.
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