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Bicoastal Media stations are the VOICE of America’s Wild Rivers Coast, covering 101 miles on coastal Hwy 101, from Klamath, California to Port Orford, Oregon.
‘Nature’s Paradise’ sums up the coastal experience for hiking and biking dozens of trails through giant redwood trees, topping heights of 350 feet, to the unspoiled beaches of the pacific ocean. The Wild Rivers Coast has become well known for movie scenes filmed in the primitive redwood forest, including E.T. and Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. Curry and Del Norte County coastal weather is mild, year round, providing the perfect climate for unique plants, flowers, trees and dozens of species of birds and fish. The rocky beaches and sea stacks, pristine rivers and historic lighthouses, makes this stretch of coastline the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts. An abundance of ocean and river fishing opportunities, kayaking, beach combing, spelunking and bike trails await. There’s plenty of cultural history, as Del Norte County is home to the Yurok (Klamath River Indians) and Tolowa Nation. And, on the lighter side, you can always join BIGFOOT enthusiasts in their search for the elusive hairy beast!
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|“America’s Wild Rivers Coast”|
101 miles on Highway 101
Our three stations cover Curry County, Del Norte County & Northern Humboldt County
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