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San Jose, California
June 11, 2016
Big Basin Redwoods State Park
Santa Cruz County
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The Place

Big Basin Redwoods State Park
June 11, 2016
10:00 AM

Wilder Ranch Sign Painted On Fence

Big Basin is California's oldest State Park, established in 1902. Home to the largest continuous stand of Ancient Coast Redwoods south of San Francisco, the park consists of Old Growth and recovering Redwood Forest, with mixed conifer, oaks, chaparral, and riparian habitats.

Fields With Trees In The Distance

Level: 4 - Miles: 10.5 - Elevation change: 2150 ft - Host: Steve M.

Panoramic View

Panoramic View

We will be taking Sunset Trail to Berry Creek Falls Trail which will include view of 3 different waterfalls. Finally, we will be hiking back on the Skyline-to-the Sea trail with some of the oldest and largest Redwoods. The meeting will take place early in the hike before the waterfalls. Bring something to sit on and expect a long hike after the meeting, with plenty of spots to and take pictures at the waterfalls.

Panoramic View

Directions:

From San Jose: Take Highway 9 South up to the CA35/Skyline Blvd. intersection, crossing 35 and staying on 9. Drive west about 6 miles and continue strain onto CA 236, which is a narrow winding road. Drive 8 miles to the park headquarters and park in the lot across the street from the Ranger Headqaurters.

Travel time from San Jose: Approximately 1 hour

Panoramic View

Know Before You Go:

Parking 10$
We will be meeting at the Redwood Trail near the ampitheatre. Dogs Not Allowed


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