Eureka Waterfront Trail & Historic Old Town
Eureka Waterfront Trail is located along the shore of Humboldt Bay, stretching 6.5 miles from the former Elk River Park & Ride (Herrick Ave. Exit off Hwy 101 South Eureka) to Tydd Street on the eastern edge of the city.
This 5+ mile hiking/biking/equestrian component of the California Coastal Trail stretches from the Arcata Bottoms northward to Clam Beach County Park in McKinleyville. The trail has been voted "best place to walk, jog, or bike" in Humboldt County in a poll taken by the Times-Standard newspaper.
Trinidad Old Highway 101 Trail
Trinidad State Beach spans a wide space between Elk Head on the north end and Trinidad Head on the south end in the Humboldt County town of Trinidad. Pewetole Island, a huge rock close to the beach in this west-facing bay, divides Trinidad State Beach into two coves.
Avenue of The Giants
This is an incredible ride through Humboldt Redwoods State Park. Home to the oldest and largest trees in the world, the majestic Redwoods along the Trail are breathtaking. Many of the trees are upwards of 2,400 years old. This is an adventure that you will never forget.