PCH to Big Basin Redwood Forest

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With aspirations of making 2017 twice as badass as 2016, we started the year off proper with a trek up the Pacific Coast Highway to check out some of the unbridled beauty Northern California has to offer. 

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Slightly shy of an hour north of San Luis Obispo, Elephant Seal Vista Point in San Simeon plays host to thousands of elephant seals doing what elephant seals do. 

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We stocked up with some G Beanies to keep our noggins warm as we marveled at the 2+ ton beasts. 

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Through curvy roads, sequoias & fog, we arrived in California's oldest state park, Big Basin Redwoods. Primed with our Phil Frost X Burton G Pen Elite, we hiked the East Ridge Trail along Blooms Creek.

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Our Phil Frost X Burton Tinder Backpack blended in nicely in the deep forest, a perfect rucksack to keep our Elite & camera gear sheltered. 

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The Park covers 18,000 acres ranging from sea level to more than 2,000 feet elevation. 

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Evidence of California's winter storms affecting the whole state. Redwood debris over Blooms Creek.

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Nothing tops of a beautiful hike like a gorgeous cruise through Big Sur. 

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Stay tuned for more adventures this year as we continue taking G Pen worldwide. 

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