Distance: 36.86 miles
The U.S. Forest Service Scenic Byway traverses coastal plains, steep granite cliffs, arid manzanita and digger pine hillsides. It parallels the beautiful "wild and scenic" Trinity River.
Distance: 60.87 miles
Located among the deep green forests of northwestern California,
Bigfoot Scenic Byway takes you through the region boasting the most
sightings of Bigfoot of anywhere in the country. Whether you catch
a glimpse of the elusive creature or not, a trip down the route
rewards you with impressive mountain ranges, wild rivers, and
recreation opportunities around every bend. Outdoor enthusiasts
Distance: 74.34 miles
Castle Rock Refuge is half a mile offshore from Crescent City in northern California. This coastal rock covers approximately 14 acres, and rises steeply 335 feet above sea level. The refuge provides an important sanctuary for Aleutian Canada geese and nesting seabirds.
It is, in fact, known as the second largest nesting seabird colony south of Alaska (after the Farallon Islands). The estimated...