Eighty miles below the Oregon border, Trinidad Pier is the state’s northernmost oceanfront pier and sits on one of the most ruggedly beautiful stretches of California coastline. This is redwood country, where the jagged edge of the Pacific meets ancient emerald forests. Refurbished in 2012, the pier juts into Trinidad Harbor, a popular crabbing spot, and sits in the shadow of a massive rock crowned in greenery.
This was taken really early in the morning prior to anyone getting there, I had this tiny beach to myself. I love the area, rocky beaches, sandy beaches, great restaurants, fishing, kayaking, etc.
May 17th, 2019
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