Tag Archives: Monterey Bay

Walk the Bay

An epic waterline hike from Monterey to Santa Cruz By Leonie Sherman Once the scope of our historic drought dashed my hopes of an annual New Year’s ski tour, I caught a ride to Seaside State Beach, just north of Monterey, turned right and started walking. Three days later I climbed up the stairs at Continue Reading »

Two Nonprofits and a Local Business Clean-up the Seas

Partnerships for the 27th Annual California Coastal Cleanup Day SANTA CRUZ, Calif. – Two Santa Cruz nonprofits are well-known for their ongoing work keeping the Monterey Bay safe and sound for both marine life and local residents– The Clean Oceans’ Project and Save Our Shores. These organizations are linking up with local Monterey Bay business, Continue Reading »

From Mild to Wild: A Kayak Adventure’s Guide to the Sanctuary Coast

By Roger Schumann “Renowned for its world-class scenery, the Nor Cal coast spans three national marine sanctuaries, two wilderness areas and a national seashore. It’s no accident this area has received so much protection—it is among the most spectacular and wildlife-rich marine habitats on the planet.” – Guide to Sea Kayaking Central & Northern California. Continue Reading »


by Christa Fraser We were all perfect divers in the womb, our dive instructor, H, told us on our first night of scuba diving class. This made sense. We did once live in an amphibious state in the womb. Then he went on to tell us that because we were learning to dive in Monterey Continue Reading »