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On a trip to the Big Sur, found this park on Google Maps by accident. Took a gamble and glad we made that choice.
1. The “west” visitor center is closed on Fridays. Use the visitor center on the east side. This appears...More
We entered the park at the east entrance and stopped at the Visitor Center for trail information and a map. The ranger pointed us in the direction of a 2.2 mile loop trail using the Bear Gulch, Moses Spring and Rim trails that was really...More
Really unique experience to only be a few hours from Perth but in the desert with these amazing pinnacles. The kids loved running around the pinnacles. Would recommend a visit if in the area for sure (we only stayed there and hour and a half).
If you have some time to spend, this is a great park for doing some hiking. There are not a lot of visitors, so you can get plenty of “quite time” along the trails. There are plenty of trails for all fitness levels.
Our family has been to several national parks, but this is the first time we've had the fun of scrambling up and down boulders, squeezing through tight places, and using headlamps to go through caves. It was a blast! The Bear Gulch Cave was closed,...More
We did the east entrance first. Took rangers advice and did the Condor Gulch Trail up to overlook and back. Before getting halfway up 2 condors flew over us. Then we heard weird flutter and as turned another condor took flight over us. This was...More
We are making our way to as many NPs as possible. This one was in route so it got added to the trip. We didn’t have a lot of expectations with little reviews on the trails on out trail app. However, it is gorgeous. GO...More
We have visited this park several times, even before it was a national park. Since it’s designation as a NP, it has become extremely popular and very busy. If you are coming on a Saturday or Sunday, try to arrive by 9am at the latest,...More
We enjoy visiting the National Park units so we made a detour to explore this one while on our summer road trip. The park has two halves, the east side off CA25 and the west side off US101. There is no road that goes all...More