A Magical Mystical Hike on the Damnation Creek Trail in Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park

22 thoughts on “A Magical Mystical Hike on the Damnation Creek Trail in Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park”

    1. They truly are amazing! Hopefully within a year I will find myself living in the southwest, a much more convenient home base for exploring the west coast than Tennessee!! XO

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    1. It is a wonderful forest for wandering, Marcus! If you have not been to the Redwoods yet, I hope you get a chance to take a little side trip from Portland soon. Thanks for dropping in! I always enjoy your visits and comments 🙂

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    1. It was definitely a challenging hike, though the stops for rest were quite enjoyable because every inch of the trail is pretty. I would not attempt to hike it in the rain or soon after, because I imagine that trail can be slick! The funny thing is that in my memory the hike down was harder than the hike up (because of my old knee injuries), though I’m sure that isn’t actually the case. I think that on our return hike I was just in some wonderful sort of state of hypnosis!

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  1. What a gorgeous landscape, and you weren’t joking about how steep it is. You can just tell from the beach pics. (On a side note, I just bought a ‘Ru. You’ll catch a glimpse of it in a post soon.) Thanks for sharing those beautiful pictures and a great post.

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    1. Yay! I’m so excited for you about your new Subie! I love mine so much. I got to pop it in X-mode a couple of times on rough roads in New Mexico that perhaps I shouldn’t have even driven. It made me feel so darn rugged 😉

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    1. Just checked out their website. Emerald Forest looks sweet! We made a quick half hour stop in tiny Trinidad and thought it was one of the prettiest coastal towns we’d ever been to. We will be back one day, and now thanks to you we know where to stay 🙂

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