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Black Sands Beach, Shelter Cove, Below End of Beach Road
California

View from a rock outcrop in the sand on Black Sands Beach at the North edge of Shelter Cove, CA. Location is at the end of Beach Rd, which serves as the trailhead parking for the 26-mile Lost Coast coastal trail (or shorter hikes) in the King Range National Conservation Area.

Copyright: Robert Lanzafame
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Taken: 03/01/2013
Uploaded: 06/01/2013
Updated: 14/10/2014
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Tags: coast; pacific; shelter cove; king range conservation; lost coast; backpacking
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