Carmelo Meadow Trail

Point Lobos State Reserve, California

Distance0.2mi
Elevation Gain51ft
Trailhead Elevation71ft
Top71ft
Elevation Min/Max23/71ft
Elevation Start/End71/71ft

Carmelo Meadow Trail

Carmelo Meadow Trail is a hiking trail in Monterey County, California. It is within Point Lobos State Reserve. It is 0.2 miles long and begins at 71 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 51 feet. Near the trailhead there are restrooms and drinking water. Near the end of the trail are benches. This trail connects with the following: Granite Point Trail and South Plateau Trail.

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"This hike begins amid colorful coastal wildflowers in Carmelo Meadow and leads to Whalers Cove, the former site of a prosperous whaling station. A short stroll up the road leads to the Whalers Cabin Museum and Whaling Station Museum, each of which display historical artifacts, diagrams, and photographs. The Granite Point Trail leads through dense Monterey pines to Coal Chute Point, which overlooks the surging surf and thick floating kelp mats. Keep a close watch for harbor seals and sea otters amid the kelp."

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Trail Information

Point Lobos State Reserve
Nearby City
Point Lobos State Reserve
Parks
Carmel River State Beach
Local Contacts

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Sep 2018