Mile 282 Report
May 13, 2016
Other Mile 282 Reports (9)
August 4, 2020 - EJDI walked this mile today and just wanted to note the abundance of newborn sea stars inside Lost Boy Cave and the surrounding tide water. I have just never seen them this small before in the wild!
May 15, 2020 - firstname.lastname@example.orgBeach quite clean despite being popular. No porta-potty as usual; I anticipate human sanitation issues. Staircase in poor shape, and missing handrails have been draped in yellow danger tape.
May 26, 2019 - email@example.comIncrease in human activity, new path along bottom of cliff. Need for bathroom facility.
August 18, 2018 - firstname.lastname@example.orgStaircase handrails deteriorating. Driftwood bridge across creek. Gravel on beach has flattened out since last visit. More dirt coming down cliff at north end. No litter.
July 9, 2017 - email@example.comIncreased human and dog activity at this beach, which has no bathroom facility at the trailhead or on the beach. Common Murre seen on beach at north end.
January 16, 2017 - firstname.lastname@example.orgBeautiful day. Beach very clean overall. Recent rain and snow have resulted in very full waterfalls. One small tree has slid down the hill in front of the house that has some long-standing drainage...
September 12, 2009 - nicgartlandThe weather was nice, though cloudy but the tides were pretty high throughout the day so parts of the mile were inaccessible. Visitors were friendly and the ones I saw were all being very tidy with...
June 28, 2009 - nicgartlandThe mile was in really nice shape on this particular trip. There was a bit of sea plastic washed up on the southern edge of it, but otherwise the area was clean of litter. The tides were very low...
March 21, 2009 - nicgartlandThe mile was very rocky this day. There was a small area at the far southern end that had a lot of sea plastic, small plastic pellets and styrofoam.Rock hunters were carrying out lots of bags filled...