Blue's Boots

Andrea's adventures on the trail…

Samuel Boardman Scenic Corridor, SW Oregon Coast

on May 21, 2019

After spending a few days soaking in the incredible energy and beauty of the Northern California Redwoods forests, my husband and I spent a day exploring the Samuel Boardman State Scenic Corridor on the southern Oregon coastline. It was cloudy and cold, but still a beautiful day. The coastline is rugged and wild, and was not at all crowded this time of year. Just the way I like to hike.

We stopped at the many viewpoints and beaches along the corridor, exploring and hiking as we went along. Our favorite was hiking down a sketchy and steep trail to the Natural Bridges. While we didn’t go out onto the actual bridges, we hiked to the base of them and enjoyed the view for a while before climbing back up.

We had a picnic lunch on Waleshead Beach and spent a long time walking the sands, exploring rocks, finding caves, listening to the pounding waves, and feeling the peace one gets from spending time at the ocean.


One response to “Samuel Boardman Scenic Corridor, SW Oregon Coast

  1. Bonnie Rae says:

    I love beach hikes. This is going on my list ! I spent a few days in Manzanita and can’t wait to go further down the coast. That water is so green … beautiful !

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