amazing hikes, beaches (go in deep to Gibson, China). take a picnic lunch and spend half a day here at least. incredible nature lesson, guides and docents are fantastic. kid friendly.
Remember not to hyperventilate when you gaze upon what mother nature has done with this coastline. The spectacular coast line is complemented with a variety of coastal birds, sea lions, otters, along with lots of land based mammals including some very tame deer. It seemed like every bend in the trail presented another award winning photo to be taken.
This was our second time visiting Point Lobos and this time we got smart and arrived at 8:30 a.m. on a Sunday morning in order to get in and find parking. Arrive early if you want a parking spot and then don't leave until it is time to go. According to my Fitbit we walked 8 miles and I think... 更多
I asked my hubby what his favorite part of our California trip was, and he said the talk through Point Lobos. It's natural and beautiful.
Permit is required but its worth the fee as its the area's best diving with easy entry access. While two spots can be dove, one is from the boat ramp, the other requires a kayak to get to and you cannot beach. Fantastic support facilities, bathrooms, tables, fresh water gear rinse area. There are trails and lookouts for the rest... 更多
Seals , Otters. Beautiful hikes. What a treat. Arrive early in the morning and beat the traffic. We had the pleasure of hiking this park with breathtaking views. Nice place to pack a lunch and have a nice picnic. Baby seals nursing had everyone smiling.
Very beautiful. Worth a visit. Some people park on street to avoid $10 fee to enter. I don't think I would have been able to walk the distance and I'm in decent shape. It'seems a long walk once you get inside.
It is a nice park where you can drive in and leave your car at different places. Entrance is $10 per vehicle. You should be able to easily hike across in half a day.