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Photograph America Newsletter on California Back Roads
 
Bowling Ball Beach, along the Northern California Coast is unmarked. No signs point the way to the trail leading down to this remote beach. You'll find no crowds of tourists here when you arrive to photograph this spot where hundreds of large round stones line the edge of the Pacific. This newsletter guides you to this location and offers help with arriving during the right season and during a low tide. Here are all the details describing the Alabama Hills, the Kelso Dunes, the Merced Lichen Fields, the Trona Pinnacles, northern California's Bear Valley wildflower fields, Cataract Falls on Mount Tamalpais, and the most remote and isolated stretch of California's coast, the Lost Coast through the King Range.
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Updated - December 2009

Bowling Ball Beach, along the Northern California Coast is unmarked. No signs point the way to the trail leading down to this remote beach, where hundreds of large round stones line the edge of the Pacific. This newsletter guides you to this location and offers help with arriving during the right season and during a low tide.
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Locations
  • Alabama Hills Arch
  • Alpine Lake
  • Bear Valley
  • Bowling Ball Beach
  • Cache Creek Road
  • Cape Mendocino
  • Cataract Falls
  • Clear Lake
  • Devil's Gate
  • East Mojave National Scenic Area
  • Exchequer Dam
  • Hogback Road
  • Iverson Point
  • Kelso Dunes
  • King Range
  • Laurel Dell
  • Lubkin Canyon Road
  • Mattole River
  • Merced River River
  • Movie Road
  • Mt. Tamalpai
  • Point Arena
  • Punta Gorda
  • Rock Creek Trailhead
  • Steep Ravine Trail
  • Trona Pinnacles
  • Wilber Springs
  • Wildcat Ridge