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San Francisco Hike Details

  Big Basin Redwoods State Park  
Trail - Big Basin Redwoods State Park
2015-09-27  
11:11 am
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Area San Francisco
Address 20580 Big Basin Way Boulder Creek, CA 95006-9064
Elevation n/a
Change 620.00 m ( 2000 ft )
Distance 11.27 km ( 7.00 miles )
Difficulty Moderate
Lat / Long 37.17159, -122.22203
Special instructions   This week's hike will be lead by the illustrious duo of Tatiana and Valerie!

The plan is to meet at a parking lot at 11:11am on Sunday and pick a trail of roughly 7 miles. This is a great chance to explore a treasure among California State Parks.

So join us and bring your adventure spirit!

And please sign into HikeTheGeek and RSVP for the hike so we know that you are coming.

Directions  
The park is about 65 miles south of San Francisco. From Santa Cruz travel approx 25 miles northwest via Highways 9 and 236 to reach Park Headquarters. Park Headquarters is 9 miles north of the town of Boulder Creek on State Hwy 236. All roads into Big Basin are curvy.

From the 280, you may take N Foothill toward the south. Then take Stevens Canyon Rd and CA-9 S to CA-236 N in Santa Cruz County. We meet 8.2 miles from the where CA-9 splits from CA-238.

We meet at the parking lot at the address, which is near the park headquarters.

Where  
Intersection of Big Basin Hwy (236) & N. Escape Rd

Notes  
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. Elevations in the park vary from sea level to over 2,000 feet. The climate ranges from foggy and damp near the ocean to sunny, warm ridge tops.

The park over 80 miles of trails and comes highly recommended.

Sadly, dogs ARE NOT permitted on any of the trails.
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Sep 27th, 2015        

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