Enderts Beach

Crescent City, California

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This is an easily accessible, short, shady stitch of the California Coastal Trail in the precious Redwood National Park. It traces dramatic sheer cliffs and ends with a gradual descent to lovely Enderts Beach. Crescent City is named for the beautiful crescent-shaped sandy beach that stretches south of the harbor. It began as a supply station for the gold miners, and the town was established 1853. The mining boom ended and Crescent City became an important center for the timber industry into the mid-twentieth century.
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by Linda and David Mullally (Falcon Guides)

This is an easily accessible, short, shady stitch of the California Coastal Trail in the precious Redwood National Park. It traces dramatic sheer cliffs and ends with a gradual descent to lovely Enderts Beach.

Crescent City is named for the beautiful crescent-shaped sandy beach that stretches south of the harbor. It began as a supply station for the gold miners, and the town was established 1853. The mining boom ended and Crescent City became an important center for the timber industry into the mid-twentieth century.

© 2017 Linda and David Mullally/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Crescent City
Distance: 1.4
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 hour
Season: Year-round
Trailhead Elevation: 213 feet
Top Elevation: 213 feet
Accessibility: Kid-friendly
Local Contacts: Redwood National and State Parks, 1111 Second St., Crescent City 955314198; (707) 465-7335; nps.gov/redw
Driving Directions: Directions to Enderts Beach

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