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Secrets of the Sonoma Coast

Wild, rugged, ripe with Pacific scenery, and relaxing—going coastal doesn’t get more classic than a visit to the north Sonoma Coast. From quiet beaches to less-traveled trails, and a hidden canvas tent “glamp” stay, here’s how to adventure on this stretch of coast.

Week 08.17.2017
Regions Northern CA

Gimme Shelter

Terra Glamping on the Sonoma Coast

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People talk about location, location, location for real estate. And the same is true for camping, er “glamping.” Newly opened in 2016, Terra Glamping on the Sonoma Coast has a location to make Big Sur drool. Set high up on a hill overlooking the rugged coast and the Pacific, 1…
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Road Tripping Through the Redwoods

Road Trip Through Humboldt Redwoods

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Tall, majestic, and totally road trip–worthy, the redwoods of Humboldt County are unparalleled. Humboldt Redwoods State Park has hundreds of miles of hiking and biking trails, many of which splinter off directly from the Avenue of the Giants and the Mattole Road, right off of…
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Stump for It!

Hiking at Salt Point State Park on the Sonoma Coast

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Ready to go wild, then kick back and relax? It’s so easy to do on a beach-to-bluff hike in the lightly visited Salt Point State Park on the Sonoma Coast. Most people do the 1.2-mile (one-way) Salt Point Trail to Stump Beach hike by starting out from Salt Point’s main parking area…
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Seaing is Believing

Hiking the Blufftop Trail in Sea Ranch

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The best way to truly experience Sea Ranch on the northern Sonoma Coast is to walk its famous coastline, a cliff-hugging sensation with pocket beaches, wildlife sightings, and soaring scenery. The leisurely blufftop trail stretches for 10 miles (one-way), but even if you go just…
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