I’ve added five new ones since my last update.
- Castle Rock State Park — This is the Saratoga Gap Trail route to the campground and back.
- Flag Hill Loop, Sunol Wilderness — Find out why this steep climb is actually a kid-friendly hike.
- Waterfall tour of Uvas Canyon — hey, it’s where I learned how to take those snazzy waterfall-blur pictures.
- Wonders of Wildlife at Point Lobos State Reserve — how many ways can you call a place drop-dead gorgeous?
- Top Wildlife Watching Sites in the San Francisco Bay Area — A bundle of four guides: Tomales Point, Marin Headlands, Año Nuevo and Point Lobos. UPDATE: Check out Tom Clifton’s Birder’s Guide to Point Lobos.
I’m going to start moving on to trails on this end of the country pretty soon, but I may have a few more Bay Area guides in me. I don’t feel like I know the local trails well enough to write about them for money just yet.
Oh man! Not only do you beat me at creating a Point Lobos Guide, but you use my photos in the process. ;^p
It’s a nice guide. I think I am going to try to come up with three five mile hikes that will show you the best of Point Lobos (and maybe save you the entrance fee).
Tom: sorry about that, now I feel like a class A heel, especially since your Dad works there and all.
Everytrail’s guide mechanism just lets authors grab any nearby photos — I’ve got dozens of my own and there was no need to use yours.
Tom C – Everytrail now lets you opt out of allowing your photographs from being used in the commercial guides ..
Uncheck “I want to help the EveryTrail community by allowing my pictures to be included in guides (recommended)”