The river trail at Loeb Park is open once again thanks to a major culvert reconstruction project by the county road department. They did a very good job as a permanent fix to that section of the trail.
Unfortunately, recent high river waters have washed out two small sections on the east end of the trail. One can be easily walked around if you follow the pink ribbons. However, the last 20 feet is now an impossible easy fix without major rip rap repairs that will soon be necessary simply because the river bank is getting within feet of the roadway there. Meanwhile there are two earlier access points to the roadway which allow walkers to cross the road and get to a spur for the redwood trail.