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Autumn (September 2001) California Redwoods and Waterfalls:
The Berry Creek Falls Loop in the Forest of Big Basin State Park.
by J. Zimmerman, Ph.D.
What can you see and hear by walking a particular trail every month? The 11-mile Berry Creek Falls Trail is a loop through redwood forests, riparian habitats, and chaparral. Here are the sights and sounds for September on this Trail.
Other monthly reports.
The 11-mile Berry Creek Falls Trail is a loop in Big Basin State Park in the Santa Cruz Mountains near Boulder Creek. A gloriously beautiful hike of moderate difficulty. Allow 6 hours or more, though it can be walked in under 4 hours if serious cardiovascular exercise is appropriate. You decide.
Respect the trail restrictions, in courtesy for the Forest and other users. Hikers only. No dogs. No horses. No mountain bikes.
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