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Big Basin Waterfalls

January 9, 2010

Big Basin is one of my favorite places to run. Established in 1902, it’s California’s oldest state park and features the┬álargest continuous stand of old growth redwood forest (in square miles) south of Humboldt State Park (250 miles to the north). It’s only 1.5 hours away from the population centers of the Bay Area, but feels much further. Big Basin’s boundaries contain over 18,000 acres, but trails link to adjacent protected lands. All told, there are hundreds of miles of delicious single track to explore in the “redwood belt” of the Santa Cruz Mountains.

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