Point St George

Crescent City, California 95531

Point St George

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"This hike follows a narrow, lush, bluff-top trail bordered by a riparian meadow and overlooks a couple of rocky, driftwoodstrewn coves.

Jagged sea stacks and rock islands highlight the coastal views. On a clear day, spotting the silhouette of the remote St. George Reef Lighthouse at the tip of a reef 6 miles out from shore is an added bonus to this unique hike."

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Best Easy Day Hikes: Redwood National and State Parks (Falcon Guides)
Dan Brett
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"A mellow stroll along bluffs overlooking a dramatic rocky coastline. An excellent hike for whale watching and eye-candy sunsets. Tolowa Dunes State Park (formerly known as Lake Earle State Wildlife Area) is a roughly 5,000-acre preserve best known for its excellent wildlife habitat. The well-preserved wetlands here are an important stopover on the Pacific Flyway—a major migration route for bird species such as harlequin ducks, tundra swans, and Aleutian Canada geese. At the northern end of the park, the wild and scenic Smith River enters the pacific ocean, providing a transit route for another kind of migration as salmon and trout move upstream to spawn. But the park is worth visiting even if fish and fowl leave you cold. It encompasses a stretch of dramatic rocky coastline that is among the best in the state. Killer sunsets are a regular occurrence, and the bluffs make an excellent platform for whale watching in late fall and mid-spring." Read more

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Trail Information

Crescent City
Nearby City
Trail Type
Skill Level
2 hours
52 feet
Trailhead Elevation
76 feet
Top Elevation
Crescent City Public Works Department, (707) 464-9506
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Dec 2018