By Don Young, Marjorie Young
A lovely new consultant to the easiest open air enjoyable within the Pacific Northwest, protecting Oregon, Washington, Victoria and Vancouver in British Columbia and much northern California. This ever-popular area bargains limitless possibilities for the energetic vacationer, and this publication indicates you the place, while and the way to discover them. Kayaking, mountaineering, biking, hiking, horseback driving, boating and extra to fill your days with experience. Sightseeing, museums, galleries, theaters and picnicking will look after your "down time." Maps, images, index.
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Nature programs are often conducted, and the museum and a visitors center are open daily, 9-7, during the summer. Van Duzen County Page 22 Park, 12 miles east of Alton, has a pleasant nature trail that runs beside the Van Duzen River. Russ Park in Ferndale offers three miles of hiking trails, as well as trails for horseback riding and birdwatching. No wheeled vehicles are allowed. From Main Street, turn left on Ocean and go past the cemetery to a gravel parking lot. Arcata Community Forest & Redwood Park, 707/822-5953, is a 575-acre forest within the Arcata city limits that is accessed from East 11th Street or East 14th Street.
Use whatever you have available, including your fists, jacket, or cap. On Horseback Unless you are accompanied by an experienced guide, do not go into unfamiliar territory without a map and a compass. Do not wander so far that, should the horse become injured or should you and the horse become separated, you cannot easily walk back to civilization. On Wheels When traveling, check the weather forecasts before you head out. In the winter, allow plenty of time to reach your destination and drive more slowly.
A large statue of Big Foot stands in the center of town. There is a Bigfoot Avenue, a Bigfoot Chevron station, a Bigfoot Golf & Country Club, and a Bigfoot Outdoor Company, which specializes in whitewater rafting trips and raft rentals. The residents of Eureka celebrate Big Foot Daze every August, and a Big Foot Jamboree is held every Labor Day weekend in Happy Camp. Just north of Willow Creek lies a valley containing the Hoopa Reservation, tribal home of the Hupa or NaTiniXwe (Na-tin-o-way)Indians.