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Quick Facts


Estimated Hike Time: Hours
Location: Big Basin Redwoods State Park
Trail: Three Water Falls: Timms Creek to Howard King Trail Loop
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Elevation Gain: Feet
Total Distance: Miles

Navigation


Meet Us Here:

GPS in Degrees Decimal Format (Google Maps): [580],[592]
GPS in Degrees Minutes Decimal Format (Most Cars): [589],[609]
Waze Mobile App Trail Link: [588]

Frequently Asked Questions


Best Practice: As always, it is a good practice to confirm the night before that any app you use takes you to where you expect, by comparing the app destination with what is posted above on your PC or Mac.
How To Find Us: The GPS locations above and the map below are accurate enough to find us by looking around with your eyes when you get there. Zoom in all the way.
How To Get There: Please use the second map below to familiarize yourself with the trip, and explore various route options from your home. Enter your start address.
Nearest Street Address: Most street addresses provided by the Google Map below are approximate, and may be up to a couple of miles from the hike location. Use GPS coordinates when driving, if possible.

Additional Information


Meeting Location: [634]
Parking Fee: [610]
Official Trail Use: No Dogs
Facilities at Trail head: Restrooms and water at trail head.
Recommended Map:
Shade Recommendation: Zoom in on the Satellite map below to see the shade.

Summary


Established in 1902, Big Basin Redwoods is California’s oldest state park. In the heart of the Santa Cruz Mountains, its biggest attractions—literally—are its ancient coast redwoods. Some of these giants are more than 50 feet around and as tall as the Statue of Liberty. At 1,000 to 2,500 years old, some may predate the Roman Empire. The park also offers spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, lush waterfalls, and a fascinating natural and cultural history.

Our Planned Route


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Event Plan:

We are traveling in a counter clockwise direction around the trail.

Turn Right on Skyline-to-the-Sea Trail -> Turn Left on Dool Trail -> Turn Left onto Sunset Trail -> Turn left onto Berry Creek Trail -> Turn Left onto Howard King Trail -> Turn left and Walk along Hilhn Hammond Road a 1/4 mile to Mt McAbee Overlook on the right where you pick up Howard King Trail again -> Stay on Howard King as it crosses the road -> Turn right on to Skyline to the Sea -> Stay to the left as you pass Hilhn Hammond Connector Trail -> Cross the bridge to arrive at your starting point.


Created By: Kal A.