Coastal Trail Guide

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Newport Coastal Trail

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This 1.2-mile long segment of the California Coastal Trail is managed by the Mendocino Land Trust. The trail runs parallel to Highway One along its entire length. A parking lot near Highway One and trail to a viewing platform near the bluff edge were built in the Summer of 2016.

Download Trail Data Sheet [PDF]

Newport Trail trail map

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The Newport Trail map shows this trail’s location relative to Bruhel Point to the north, as well as Seaside Beach and Ten Mile State Natural Reserve in MacKerricher State Park to the south.

Trail Latitude (X): 39.638

Trail Longitude (Y): -123.7844

Mapping: View vicinity on Google Maps (see Trail Map above or Trail Data Sheet PDF under the Information tab for a more precise map)

Highway One Mile Marker (north end): 73.22

Highway One Mile Marker (south end): 72.15

Trail Length: 1.25 miles

The trail’s name was changed in 2015 from the Kibesillah Coastal Trail to the Newport Coastal Trail, to match the land’s more accurate place name and that of the recently constructed Inn at Newport Ranch.