Since its founding in 1983, Coastwalk has been dedicated to many facets of seeing the California Coastal Trail and broad public-access to the coastline fully realized. We acknowledge the contributions of the following individuals.
Coastwalk Coastal Trail Committee, Volunteers & Project Staff
California Coastal Trail Info Website
Special Thanks to
We acknowledge the Wilderness Press in support of the Coastal Trail Project. Wilderness Press generously provides books from their selection of California hiking and travel books that are used as prizes and rewards for Coastwalk volunteers.
Tod Abbott provided many of the ideas that led to the development of the web map sections and continues to offer much appreciated help. Rasa Gustaitis, editor of the former Coast & Ocean magazine, provided invaluable suggestions as to these pages' content. We give very special thanks those who wrote articles or provided photographs. Very special thanks go to Dale Cook, who maintain this site, and gives us "the very special-client" treatment. The site is hosted by Westhost. The original design was created by Rackspace. continuing support of
The Genesis of This Project
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A grant from the California Coastal Conservancy supported Coastwalk's 20012003 efforts as a part of the Working Group, a committee formed by members of several State agencies and Coastwalk, to prepare an inventory map of the CCT. A Conservancy grant as well now supports some of Coastwalk's largely volunteer-driven projects, including continuing development of this website and the project to map the entire CCT. Coastwalk also wishes to thank the other members of the Working Group for their help and encouragement in carrying out the project.
Coastal Trail Working Group (2001-2003)
Jon Van Coops
Coastwalk Mapping Volunteers and Consultants -- cumulative
Donald & Susana Nierlich
Glenn & Sherry Miyazono
San Luis Obispo
Wallace "J" Nichols
Jon & Vina Breyfogle
Linda & David Hanes
**We mourn the loss of Chuck Mead. He was a good friend and instrumental in
getting the Los Angeles County mapping effort underway. He will be missed
by us all--the effort he gave will continue to be greatly appreciated.**