World traveler. Two tours of South America, one tour in South East Asia. Travel photographer. BA in creative writing. Northern California local.
Steep Ravine Cabins is completely fenced off by the California Highway Patrol to hikers and bicyclists due to road work in front of the campground entrance. The road is only accessible by car; Warnings, tickets and worse are being issued to hikers who tress pass inside the work zone. This is a new, temporary change, that could last until summer 2018. It's no longer possible to access Stinson Beach by foot via the Steep Ravine Trail; however, the Dipsea Trail forks off from the Steep Ravine Trail close to the coast. The Matt Davis Trail can also be accessed at the Pantoll camp ground and that trail drops straight down the face of Mount Tamalpais into downtown Stinson Beach.
Some brighter pics of Bolivia ;)
These photos of Hotel Pilar hike to Mount Fitz Roy in Argentina's Glacier National Park were taken on election day, 2016.
These photos of Hotel Pilar hike to Mount Fitz Roy in Argentina's Glacier National Park were taken on election day, 2
These photos are of Old Mill Park's Fall Arts Festival. This is right across the street from the base of the Dipsea Steps. It costs $10 to get in, $5 for students and seniors and free for kids; with a playground, activities, magic show etc. There's also food, beer and coffee, etc. It's possible to buy an awesome, hand made kaleidoscope for about $30.
These photos are of Old Mill Park's Fall Arts Festival.
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