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Pescadero Creek Loop, Jul 2022

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Forest floor of Pescadero Creek loop – redwood sorrels

We followed the recommendations from POST. It was a surprisingly quiet hike. For the first 5 miles, we saw only five other people. Right at the end, there was a large group of 20-30 people on a docent led tour. Portions of the Pescadero county park were still closed due to the 2020 fires. The coyote ridge trail looked neglected. The creek had dried up. The Pomponio trail was perhaps my favorite with its forest of sorrels.

Parking lot
Start of the hike on coyote ridge trail
A nearly overgrown path, there are a lot of poison ivy in the undergrowth.
Pomponio trail
Second growth redwood and ferns
The sorrel covered ground

Written by Sachin

July 24, 2022 at 4:47 am

Posted in Bay Area, California, USA

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