California’s remote Lost Coast in southern Humboldt and northern Mendocino Counties is said to be the longest stretch of undeveloped coastline in the continental U.S. The California Coastal Trail (CCT) is at its rugged best here, featuring quiet seclusion, grand vistas, and peaceful surroundings. On the first four days, from the Mattole River to Shelter Cove, hiking is on narrow beaches and raised terraces along the ocean at the base of the steep King Range. The next four days on the Coastal Trail feature steep ridges above the ocean for great views, and down through redwoods to creeks for camping on or near the beach.
Guided, strenuous backpacking, 9 days/8 nights camping, 12 adults. This is a challenging backpack of 5 to 8 miles per day, must meet fitness/hiking experience requirements set by trip leaders. Features Sinkyone Wilderness and Kings Range National Conservation Area.
#13003 $450 AdultClick here to Register