360° VR Panoramas of the Northern California Coast, Coast Ranges, and Redwood Highway
Anderson Valley
Mendocino County, California

Highway 128 cuts diagonally across the North Coast Ranges from Cloverdale to the coast near Elk. Roughly midway along it passes through Anderson Valley, noted for its vineyards, and the small town of Boonville.

Boonville's claim to fame is the local language known as "Boontling" invented by children here around 1900.


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On Highway 128 in the center of Boonville

On Highway 128 in the center of Boonville

On Highway 128 in the center of Boonville

Boonville, California

Date photographed: November 11, 2007
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Fall colors in the vineyards of the Anderson Valley

Fall colors in the vineyards of the Anderson Valley

Fall colors in the vineyards of the Anderson Valley

Anderson Valley, California

Date photographed: November 11, 2007
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Grapevines with fall colors, Navarro Vineyards

Grapevines with fall colors, Navarro Vineyards

Grapevines with fall colors, Navarro Vineyards

Anderson Valley, California

Date photographed: November 11, 2007
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Incense cedar grows on patches of serpentinite and blue clay near Yorkville

Incense cedar grows on patches of serpentinite and blue clay near Yorkville

Incense cedar grows on patches of serpentinite and blue clay near Yorkville

Anderson Valley, California

Date photographed: November 11, 2007
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Navarro River at Hendy Woods

Navarro River at Hendy Woods

The Navarro River begins just south of Philo and flows past the old-growth redwoods preserved in Hendy Woods State Park.

Hendy Woods State Park, California

Date photographed: May 2, 2017

Big Hendy Grove of redwoods

Big Hendy Grove of redwoods

Two groves of old growth redwoods, Big Hendy and Little Hendy, are protected here on the Navarro River. Private owners spared these groves while the forest for miles around was being logged, until the state acquired the land in 1958.

Hendy Woods State Park, California

Date photographed: May 2, 2017

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