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Aerial View of Elkhorn Slough, Moss Landing, California. Elkhorn Slough is a 7-mile-long tidal slough and estuary on Monterey Bay in Monterey County, California. Hiking, bird watching, kayaking.
Aerial View of Elkhorn Slough, Moss Landing, California. Elkhorn Slough is a 7-mile-long tidal slough and estuary on Monterey Bay in Monterey County, California. Hiking, bird watching, kayaking.
Aerial View of Elkhorn Slough, Moss Landing, California. Elkhorn Slough is a 7-mile-long tidal slough and estuary on Monterey Bay in Monterey County, California. Hiking, bird watching, kayaking.
Aerial View of Elkhorn Slough, Moss Landing, California. Elkhorn Slough is a 7-mile-long tidal slough and estuary on Monterey Bay in Monterey County, California. Hiking, bird watching, kayaking.
Aerial View of Elkhorn Slough, Moss Landing, California. Elkhorn Slough is a 7-mile-long tidal slough and estuary on Monterey Bay in Monterey County, California. Hiking, bird watching, kayaking.
Aerial Panoramic View of Elkhorn Slough, Moss Landing, California. Elkhorn Slough is a 7-mile-long tidal slough and estuary on Monterey Bay in Monterey County, California.

Elkhorn is the remains of a mining town in the late 1800s that is now a ghost town with only about 8 permanent residents. It is also the trailhead for Elkhorn Mountain, the tallest mountain in the Helena Area.