Hiking Trails Near Big Sur, CA
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Hiking Trails Near Big Sur, CA

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Big Sur has 151 hiking trails. These trails range from 0.4 to 35.4 miles in length. The most popular trails are Sykes Camp Trail - The Hot Springs Hike, Limekiln Trail to the limekilns and Sykes Hot Springs . Trails.com member Sarah B. recently completed Boronda Trail to Coast Ridge Road. See all Big Sur trails.
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A trip to Sykes Hot Springs is unquestionably the most popular route into the Ventana ...
Pfeiffer Beach is a white sand beach surrounded by towering headland cliffs within the ...
The Oak Grove Trail traverses a beautiful, forested hillside through several natural ecosystems ...
Less than a mile inland from McWay Falls, Canyon Falls dances down a narrow gorge that ...
Andrew Molera State Park presents a fantastic coastal adventure. The trail climbs over ...
McWay Falls pours 80 feet onto the sand along the edge of the Pacific at the mouth of ...
The Boronda Trail is a very steep trail that climbs from Highway 1, on the cliff above ...
The Gorge Trail leads into a narrow gorge to cascades and several swimming holes along ...
This easy hike begins from the main entrance of Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park and meanders ...
Limekiln State Park is named after the on-site stone and steel kilns used to purify quarried ...
Vicente Flat is a large, beautiful camp on the banks of Hare Canyon Creek in the Ventana ...
Limekiln State Park is a magnificent 71 6-acre park and campground tucked into a narrow ...
Kirk Creek Campground sits atop 1 00-foot bluffs that overlook the ocean along Highway ...
Limestone Creek forms on the steep cliffs of Cone Peak and quickly drains into the ocean. ...
McWay Falls pours 80 feet onto a sandy pocket beach along the edge of the Pacific at the ...
The Fire Road Trail climbs up a coastal ridge to the Tin House, where there are panoramic ...
The 3,762-acre Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park lies along ten miles of beautiful Big Sur ...
The De Angulo Trail is a steep, unpaved, narrow road through the Wild Oak Ranch property. ...
The Coast Ridge Road is a private, unpaved road with a public right-of-way for hikers. ...
Mount Manuel is the towering mountain that dominates Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park. This ...
The Buzzard’s Roost Trail begins as a streamside stroll along the Big Sur River through ...
Liewald Flat is an oval-shaped meadow dotted with oak trees and rimmed with pines in Pfeiffer ...
This long loop hike circles the western side of Andrew Molera State Park through a diverse ...
Pacific Valley is a four-mile long, flat marine terrace. The wide expanse extends west ...
Kirk Creek Campground sits on the bluffs overlooking the ocean with magnificent views ...
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