Geography

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Ron's Rock

Ron's Rock

An important feature of the Middle Fork of the Eel in Northern California, Ron's Rock is of special importance because of its angle of slant for sun bathing. Read More
Russian Gulch Waterfall

Russian Gulch Waterfall

The Russian Gulch Waterfall is just a short hike from the beach at Russian Gulch State Park. The park is just north of the town of Mendocino off Highway One. Read More
Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz is a beach town/city in Northern California, south of the Bay Area along the Pacific Coast. Popular for its great surfing and redwood forest hikes. Read More
Santa Cruz Harbor In Seabright

Santa Cruz Harbor In Seabright

Santa Cruz Harbor is a small recreational fishing, boating, and sailing port near Seabright State Beach in California. It's a great place for an afternoon walk. Read More
Sea Stack

Sea Stack

A sea stack is a rock outcropping found along any coastline. Unlike reefs and atolls, sea stacks are notable for their tall size. They are homes for seabirds. Read More
Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley

Silicon Valley is the epicenter of the technological revolution. It was named Silicon Valley because the large number of microchip manufactures found there. Read More
Smith Lake

Smith Lake

Smith Lake, in the Trinity Alps of Northern California, is a glacier carved, deep pool of water situated in the remote central portion of the wilderness area. Read More
Ten Mile Beach

Ten Mile Beach

Ten Mile Beach is a stretch of white sand north of Fort Bragg managed by California State Parks. It is included in the Mackerricher State Park lands. Read More
Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park in California was first created as a 747,956 acre forest reserve by President Lincoln in 1864. It has over 800 miles of hiking trails. Read More
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