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Fun Dips!

Sunscreen: check. Swim trunks: check. Plan of action: take a dip! Keep your cool and beat the heat from the Sierra Nevada to the Berkeley Hills and Point Reyes. Just don’t be a rotten egg!

Week 08.08.2019
Regions Northern CA

Swimming Holes and Natural Waterslides!

Redding Swimming Holes and Natural Waterslides

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Little Backbone Creek Little Backbone Creek is known as nature’s waterpark for good reason. It’s a 20-minute hike up a creek in a canyon, passing boulders and ponds before arriving to the marquee attraction: a smooth rock waterfall that plunges you into the creek. Potem Falls…
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Who's Chicken?

Chicken Ranch Beach in Inverness on Point Reyes National Seashore

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Don’t let the name deceive you. Chicken Ranch Beach isn’t for the birds. It’s for folks who want to spend a mellow afternoon at a totally swimmable beach on the shore of Tomales Bay in Point Reyes. Most cars zip right by Chicken Ranch Beach en route to the lighthouse on the…
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BonAnza!

Visit Lake Anza in the Berkeley Hills

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With an ever-changing shoreline, Lake Anza in the Berkeley Hills can make you feel like you’re hiking around a lake in the Sierra: narrow paths, giant boulders, and dense forest. Quaint and quieter in the shoulder season, the Lake Anza Trail offers hikers a short loop (0.7 mile…
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