Sunday’s Revisit: Kortum Trail

We had walked this section of the Kortum Trail many times before we decided to start a blog. It just had to be one of the first walks we shared. This was published January 2010. The trail has been improved – more boardwalks and a sturdier bridge. Starting at Shell Beach, one has the mostContinue reading “Sunday’s Revisit: Kortum Trail”

Walking at Goat Rock

Goat Rock and the rest of Kortum Trail. Just south of the Russian River and the town of Jenner, CA is access to Goat Rock part of the Sonoma Coast State Park. The beach, with soft sand and a steep slope, does not make for ideal walking. But it is worth a visit. Last weekContinue reading “Walking at Goat Rock”

Walking the Kortum Trail in Winter

Kortum Trail is one great place to walk clifftop along the Sonoma coast. Round trip, it’s eight miles from Goat Rock to Wright’s Beach. I like to pick it up at Shell Beach and walk a shorter piece. In winter, this part of the Sonoma coast is a study in grasses. I like the rawnessContinue reading “Walking the Kortum Trail in Winter”

Kortum Trail Update

We visited the coast a couple of weeks ago – to check on the wildflowers. The buttercups were out and a few other strays, like this mallow. Seeing the early bloom, we moved the coastal walk from May to April. Please join us April 21st above Wright’s Beach. More info below. The trail south fromContinue reading “Kortum Trail Update”

Everthing’s Right above Wrights Beach

The weather forecast said no rain until 3pm. So at 9:30am it started to rain as soon as we got in the car. It was the kind of rain that makes the wipers grind the dirt into the windshield. When we got to Bodega Bay it rained like hell. The surfers at Salmon Creek didn’tContinue reading “Everthing’s Right above Wrights Beach”