Trailhead: West end of parking lot near restroom
Length: Under one mile total
Typical Width: 4 ft. & aboveBoardwalk narrows to 3.5 feet
Typical Grade: Level
Terrain: HardThe boardwalk is slightly bumpy.
Obstacles: A switchback at the trail entrance may be difficult for scooters.
DescriptionThe first third of the trail travels along the edge of the slough. Pickleweed is the predominant plant, its crimson colors contrasting nicely with the surrounding water. You cross the mudflats on a narrow boardwalk that is several hundred feet long, with vista points and pullouts that are wide enough to turn around in on the otherwise narrow...
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|Managing Agency:||Moss Landing Harbor District|
|Hours:||Dawn to dusk|
Did You Know?
The colorful red-tinged plant carpeting the marsh is pickleweed; its tips turn red as the plant absorbs saltwater.
Reviewed by Bonnie Lewkowicz, April 11, 2008
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