State's 1,200-mile Coastal Trail make...

State's 1,200-mile Coastal Trail makes inroads in Santa Cruz

There are 10 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Sep 16, 2008, titled State's 1,200-mile Coastal Trail makes inroads in Santa Cruz. In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

For more than three decades, California residents have dreamed of a 1,200-mile trail running the length of the state's coastline, in the same vein as other great national trails like the Pacific Crest or the ...

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Spelling error

Aptos, CA

#1 Sep 16, 2008
Quoting from the article, "Like elsewhere in the state, the trial through Santa Cruz County weaves together existing footpaths"
It's not "TRIAL" but TRAIL.
jeffreynewell

Portland, ME

#2 Sep 16, 2008
thank you and let us be happy david carpenter had a good trial and will never be on this trail
Even better

Danville, CA

#3 Sep 16, 2008
Spelling error wrote:
Quoting from the article, "Like elsewhere in the state, the trial through Santa Cruz County weaves together existing footpaths"
It's not "TRIAL" but TRAIL.
A link under the National section on the CNN home page reads "Bush lands in Texas; Residents urged to leave".
person dot com

Fremont, CA

#4 Sep 16, 2008
ah, the wild wilderness of main beach! brings a tear to my eye...
Caelum Sinclair

Santa Cruz, CA

#5 Sep 16, 2008
"Victor Roth, a recreation specialist" - I have been struggling with what to do next. Until now...
lessoff

Whittier, CA

#6 Sep 16, 2008
Spelling error wrote:
Quoting from the article, "Like elsewhere in the state, the trial through Santa Cruz County weaves together existing footpaths"
It's not "TRIAL" but TRAIL.
You have too much time on your hands Mr Webster
Caelum Sinclair

Santa Cruz, CA

#7 Sep 16, 2008
If anyone is interested, there have actually been a couple of trail books out for years now - you can get them at: www.coastwalk.org or at Amazon:

http://www.amazon.com/Hiking-California-Coast...

When they first came out, I got inspired and walked to Monterey, which was a blast.
Scooby snack

United States

#8 Sep 16, 2008
One less driver would be nice.
Counterstrike

Livermore, CA

#9 Sep 16, 2008
Very glad of this possible trail, but the first line speaks volumes- three decades..... I began pushing for this very same thing to avoid the car-centric drive through in Moss Landing in 1975, and got this same trail "pie in the sky" answer for many years.

Then the Wilder Ranch just appeared without planning,begging, crying, etc. When we all are 30+ years older; this might again pop up as an old idea worth doing.
Commenter2001

Redwood City, CA

#10 Sep 16, 2008
Caelum Sinclair wrote:
If anyone is interested, there have actually been a couple of trail books out for years now - you can get them at: www.coastwalk.org or at Amazon:
http://www.amazon.com/Hiking-California-Coast...
When they first came out, I got inspired and walked to Monterey, which was a blast.
Thank you for those links!

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