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Zipporah's Pond1704 viewsFerndale's Russ Park is a 105-acre preserve located at the southern edge of Ferndale, where the Wildcat Hills (part of the Coast Range) rise abruptly above the nearly level residential areas. Located within easy walking distance of Main Street, and of much of the city, elevations in the park range from about 60 feet to 480 feet above sea level. An extensive system of foot trails... Ken Mierzwa continues with the ecology of Russ Park.
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Train of Logs on Luffenholtz Trestle around 18904774 viewsEngine #11 - Oregon & Eureka Rail Road. Luffenholtz Creek is near Trinidad. This trestle, along with the town of Luffenholtz, burned to the ground in 1908 in a major Humboldt County forest fire. Many families lost their houses and all their possessions, barely escaping with their lives. Ericson Photograph Collection, Humboldt State University Library
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Canyon Creek Hike, Trinity Alps2011 viewsAwesome views make you feel pretty insignificant.
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Canyon Creek Hike, Trinity Alps1629 viewsMike admiring the view. This hike follows Canyon Creek Trail to Lower Canyon Creek Lake in the heart of the Trinity Alps, a very long day-hike that can easily be turned into a two- or three-day adventure.
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Canyon Creek Hike, Trinity Alps1884 viewsThe 517,000-acre Trinity Alps Wilderness is the second largest designated wilderness in California and spans three national forest boundaries. Laced with trails, rivers, forests, and peaks, this is one wilderness where you can travel for weeks and never exhaust all the possible trails.
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Canyon Creek Hike, Trinity Alps1696 viewsOne guidebook (Bernstein, 1993) claims that Canyon Creek makes Yosemite look like a back alley. Both guidebook and internet authors conclude that the Canyon Creek trail is a common favorite choice if you have only one Trinity Alps trip.
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Canyon Creek Hike, Trinity Alps1710 viewsThe snow was just beginning to filter through the trees. Going in was shirt-sleeve weather but during the night the snow had started falling and it was time to hustle back to the trail head.
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Uh, Mulder? I Think You Should See This...1508 viewsThe Truth is Out There...
January 1, 2004, coming down Salmon Pass in the Headwaters Forest.
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Big Sur River1635 views
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Mt. Lassen1322 views
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Lassen National Park1762 views
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Redwood Rivulet1438 views
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Northern California at its Most Beautiful.1914 viewsSheer beauty, but words fail to describe it and the camera doesn't do it justice with its flat two-dimensional view.
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Rain Forest1272 viewsAlong the Avenue of the Giants a little bit south of Pepperwood
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Blue Sky, Blue Water2549 viewsHighway 101 and the South Fork of the Eel River near Phillipsville.
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Among the Redwoods3813 viewsThe Avenue of the Giants offers more than the majesty of towering redwoods. The 31-mile route also passes through several small hamlets that give a glimpse into the history of Humboldt County. The towns along the Avenue, once closely tied to the timber industry, now rely more on the tourists who come to see the redwoods, swim in the Eel River and visit Humboldt Redwoods State Park. more
Image courtesy of Precision Intermedia.
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Airplane!307 views2002 Rodeo Parade.
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Fern Canyon2080 viewsPhoto courtesy of Hal Rattray.
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Fern Canyon1605 viewsPhoto courtesy of Hal Rattray.
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Fern Canyon1706 viewsPhoto courtesy of Hal Rattray.
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