Sea Kayaking Trails in California
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Sea Kayaking Trails in California

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California has 50 sea kayaking trails. These trails range from 1.3 to 12 miles in length. The most popular trails are Tomales Bay, Bair Island Reserve and Corkscrew Slough and Van Damme State Beach to Albion. Trails.com member Robbie S. recently completed Bair Island Reserve and Corkscrew Slough.
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Although the craggy Mendocino coast is among the more scenic shorelines in a state famous ...
With its abundant wildlife and quintessential Monterey scenery—postcard vistas of wind-sculpted ...
One of the more prominent coastal landmarks in the state, 578-foot Morro Rock is the last ...
A beginning kayaker’s delight offering seaside views of Cannery Row while paddling among ...
Boardwalks and easy levee-top walking lead out through marshlands to the bayshore, where ...
Although Spanish explorer Don Sebastian Vizcaino named the massive headland here “Kings ...
Bair Island Ecological Reserve, a 1,600-acre tidal marsh tucked away at the edges of urban ...
Bordered by oak-studded hillsides, this bird-filled marshland opens to the broad expanse ...
From the seat of a kayak, the enormous scale of the scenery as you paddle out beneath ...
Richardson Bay offers aspiring intermediates a great introduction to open-bay paddling ...
The convoluted shoreline of this 1,500-acre park stretches 3 miles along rocky bluffs ...
A bird-watcher’s dream, this shallow, salt marsh lagoon at the wild southern edge of Point ...
One of the premier open-coast camping trips in the state, the lower half of the Point ...
This scenic pocket of shoreline within the Carmel Bay Ecological Reserve lies at the southern ...
Nestled in the lee of Point Piños, Monterey’s waterfront is one of the few coastal areas ...
More sheltered and less busy than the slough’s ocean end, the waters around Kirby Park, ...
Winding some 7 miles from the sea into rolling coastal hills, Elkhorn Slough is California’s ...
The most protected stretch of “open coast” on Monterey Bay, the lee of Soquel Point, better ...
Point Santa Cruz, better known locally as Lighthouse Point, forms the northern boundary ...
At first glance there is little to set this 5-mile stretch apart from the other 60 miles ...
Set against a backdrop of coastal mountains and the Pillar Point headlands, this picturesque ...
With its access to numerous flatwater day trips as well as overnight camping on the Point ...
With its proximity to Point Reyes National Seashore, Nicks Cove provides access to some ...
From its humble beginnings in a cow pasture (some local paddlers refer to the launch site ...
Winding past hills covered in coastal scrub at the mouth, this peaceful ribbon of water ...
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