Wallace Creek (dry most of the year) crosses the San Andreas fault and provides evidence of the of the motion of earth over the past 3800 years. An interpretive trail shows how the once-straight creek was twisted by large earthquakes every few hundred years, resulting in the right-angle bends in the creek today; geologists call this feature an offset channel. The interpretive trail is a total round trip of 1.4 miles.
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Wallace Creek Trail
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