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Damnation Creek Trail Professional Review and Guide
"This hike follows a steep but very scenic trail, which offers the best of old-growth redwoods and rugged coastline. In spring, the trail is sprinkled with a variety of wildflowers—most notably the distinctive three-leafed trillium, a showy native flower with white and pink blossoms. The trail ends at a beach next to a small, natural rock arch, carved by waves. Excellent tide pools can be explored at low tide. Terrain: Dirt path and asphalt road (closed to cars) through old-growth redwoods and coastal scrub, as well as along rocky beach."
--Dan Brett, Hike America: Northern California (The Globe Pequot Press).
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