If you want a great hike in SLO on the Central Coast, this is it. Whether it's a clear day or not the views from the top of Bishops Peak are spectacular. On an overcast day the peaks jut through the clouds like islands in the sky. On a clear day you can see 360 degrees of the Centeal coast... 更多
I hiked this with my son. You do need to be in shape for this hike. :-) I made it to the very top, but just could not get on that lookout rock at the end, because the edge made me too nervous. But, all along the way I was awestruck by the beauty. A must if you are visiting... 更多
A great example of why San Luis Obispo is such a charming town: enjoy nature minutes from downtown. Bishop's Peak offers a very popular walking and running trial that isn't terribly challenging but offers awesome panoramic views of the city and surrounding areas. As the tallest of the Morro mountain range, you can see all 8 of its sister peaks... 更多
I am not an avid hiker, but as a local it is obviously an attraction. I personally have not reached the peak in my adventures, but it has been a good experience.
If you're not completely fit, it can get a little strenuous in certain spots. It's a nice trail to bring dogs on, and know that you WILL cross paths with other hikers as it's a very popular trail. The view from the top is amazing but there are no rails to keep you from slipping off the rocks so it's... 更多
I had the trail listed at 4.0 miles from the Patricia Dr trailhead entrance. It was a pretty warm day for Mid-October but my 7 and 10 year olds thought the hike was easy. The first mile is slight uphill and the 2nd mile gets a lot steeper. There's sone climbing at the end if you want to reach the... 更多
We took the Felsman loop before finding the Bishop Peak trail, so it was a long hike. I haven't hiked in over a year so I'm not in the best of shape. I wasn't sure I'd make it to the top, but took some breaks and pressed on. It was definitely worth the effort, the views were incredible. We parked... 更多
A beautiful hike that takes you through a little forest, it's very dry, you can tell that California is in a drought. The trail winds around to the west so if you go in the afternoon you are baking in the sun with no shade. I would go in the morning. Beautiful views, good workout. Hike took about an hour... 更多