The Lost Coast is the King Range National Conservation Area (NCA) at Shelter Cove is a spectacular meeting of land and sea as mountains thrust straight out of the surf with King Peak (4,088 feet) only 3-miles from the ocean.
The Lost Coast is a backpacking trip along California's most undeveloped stretch of shoreline. The trail starts in Shelter Cove and extends north 21 miles.
The hardest part of the Lost Coast Trail at Shelter Cove? Planning. Here's everything you need to know to tackle the most remote section of California's coastline
I loved this video showing an Ultra Marathon runner covering the ENTIRE lost cost trail that is over 50 miles in 11 hours.