Dimensions: 6" x 9"
Nearby the California coastline, quiet backroads and mountain lanes lead to historic ranches of the Old West, to state, county and national parks, to cozy lodges and inns, and lakes and rivers for fishing, camping, hiking and picnicking. Karen has done it again in her fourth title for Voyageur Press, laying out easy daytrips for travelers hankering to get away from the madding crowd. From the Green Valley Wine Road in Sonoma County to the cliffs and coves of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, a bird's eye view of Santa Barbara and tracing the Tiburon Peninsula, from the redwoods in the north to Point Loma in the south, Backroads of the California Coast
is chocked with more than two dozen scenic and rewarding driving trips, along with maps and directions. And as in the other travel books they've done together, these 256 pages are vivid with the spectacular photography of Gary Crabbe
You'll find backroads you never knew existed, and discover off-the-beaten-track places to enjoy the glories of California while others are battling traffic and crowds. And, Backroads of the California Coast
makes a perfect gift for friends who are traveling the coast, especially if they've been to California before and are up for new adventures.