Trail Camp Beach Trail

Andrew Molera State Park, California

Elevation Gain97ft
Trailhead Elevation38ft
Elevation Min/Max16/44ft
Elevation Start/End38/38ft

Trail Camp Beach Trail

Trail Camp Beach Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Monterey County, California. It is within Andrew Molera State Park. It is 0.8 miles long and begins at 38 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.6 miles with a total elevation gain of 97 feet. The Trail Camp site and the Cooper Cabin information board can be seen along the trail. There are also restroom along the trail. Near the end of the trail are a beach and a bench. This trail connects with the following: Big Sur River Mouth.

Trail Camp Beach Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"Among the region’s easiest coastal bluff hikes, this hike offers gorgeous overlooks of the Big Sur River, distant peaks, sheer cliffs, and a driftwood-blanketed beach."

"An easy jaunt for beginners or a nice addition to the previous ride, this route takes you past the historic Cooper Cabin on your way to a beach. The trail to the beach is both smooth and scenic, a good introduction to those who've never ridden singletrack. This park charges a day-use fee. If you've stopped at any of the other Big Sur State Parks, you can enter for free."

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the trail was not exactly smooth, we were the only people riding bikes every one else was hiking, a little hazardous at times, although it was a beatiful trail i would take it off the mountain biking list it is more of a hiking trail.

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Trail Information

Andrew Molera State Park
Nearby City
Andrew Molera State Park
Andrew Molera State Park c/o Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park 408-667-2315.
Local Contacts
Trail map and pamphlet available at the park or any of the nearby Big Sur Parks.`
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Sep 2018