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Two From Stienstra

Tom Stienstra of SFGate:

Coast offseason a turn-on / This year’s dry winter is perfect for hiking some thrilling trails. In Fern Canyon, you walk along a creek, edged on both sides by nearly vertical walls of ferns, one of the most heart-touching spots in Northern California. On the Boy Scout Tree Trail, you hike amid giant old-growth redwoods for hours, with the chance… By Tom Stienstra. [SFGate: Tom Stienstra]

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Crisp air, spectacular views / Big Sur / There’s no time like winter to experience one of the state’s coastal jewels — you may even spot a condor. From Rocky Ridge at Garrapata State Park, you tower over the Pacific Ocean and get one of the most eye-popping and long-distance lookouts on the California coast. At Andrew Molera State Park, a 30-minute walk will lead you to secluded and spectacular… By Tom Stienstra. [SFGate: Tom Stienstra]

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January 25, 2007 - Posted by | Trails

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