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A mile long stretch by the Pacific Ocean

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Southern section of devil’s slide trail

Devil’s slide is a smidgen longer than a mile, but it is an interesting one. It is on the edge of a cliff and a carve out from what used to be highway 1. Now the highway has a bypass tunnel, leaving this stretch for hikers and bikers to enjoy. During the trip, we noticed nearly 40 species of native wildflowers.

These sedimentary rocks are more showy near the northern edge.
On the north side, there is a sub-forest of giant viper’s-bugloss.
A closeup of the flowering tower.

Written by locomotoring

May 17, 2023 at 10:20 pm

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