WOW! The Mendocino Coast - our front yard - just made #3 of the New York Times' top 52 places (in the WORLD) to visit in 2014!
" … the moody bluffs of the Mendocino Coast have long been a spectacular place from which to observe marine life: passing humpback whales, sun-happy sea lions, foamy waves strewn with kelp …" - NY Times Top 52 Places to Visit in the World in 2014
Unbeaten Path is very pleased to see that these local, precious and conserved lands are getting some newsworthy time. At the Unbeaten Path we have the wonderful opportunity to act as stewards of this incredible and unique area. We are able to take guests to places they normally would not know how to access and share with them our knowledge and respect of the flora, fauna, marine life, geology and history of this secluded, unique and beautiful coast.
One of our guests recently had this to say:
It was beautiful & something you leave knowing a great deal more about" - Janice, P. - Los Angeles
So simply said - I was very grateful to receive this feedback and this is why I love doing tours - because you can share your knowledge and our guests can help preserve it and share it as well. Our tour guests go home with more than just memories - they go home with a sense of something new to think about and discuss with their friends and loved ones.
I am a HUGE BELIEVER in creating dialog and experiencing new things. Just as drops of water can create a sea, so, too, can exploring this unique coastal environment create a greater awareness of our need for conservation, our planet's delicate ecology and the simple appreciation of living. Take the time to go out and explore nature and to learn something new.
We invite you to be a part of this wonderful process!
Here are some pictures from the Stornetta and Point Arena lands that I have taken over the course of our tours… and be sure to check out our other slide shows on our hiking tours page! There is soooo much more to this incredible portfolio of nature!
Madge Malone in her blogging zone!