Pecho Coast Trail

San Luis Obispo County, California

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Pecho Coast Trail is a hiking trail in San Luis Obispo County, California. It is 1.5 miles long and begins at 97 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 3.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,399 feet. The Port San Luis RV Campground caravan site is near the trailhead. The Port San Luis RV Campground caravan site can be seen along the trail. There are also restrooms along the trail.
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Pecho Coast Trail is a hiking trail in San Luis Obispo County, California. It is 1.5 miles long and begins at 97 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 3.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,399 feet. The Port San Luis RV Campground caravan site is near the trailhead. The Port San Luis RV Campground caravan site can be seen along the trail. There are also restrooms along the trail.
Activity Type: Hiking, Trail Running, Walking
Nearby City: San Luis Obispo County
Distance: 1.5
Elevation Gain: 1,399 feet
Trailhead Elevation: 97 feet
Top Elevation: 357 feet
Elevation Min/Max: 42/357 ft
Elevation Start/End: 97/97 ft

Pecho Coast Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"The Pecho Coast Trail curves around the northern point of San Luis Obispo Bay from Port San Luis towards MoƱtana de Oro State Park. There are two docent-led hikes across the privately owned PG&E land. Reservations required: (805)541-8735. Both hikes follow the steep cliffs to Point San Luis and the Port San Luis Lighthouse, a two-story Victorian redwood structure built in 1890. It is a great spot for watching the annual migration of the gray whales. The longer hike continues across the coastal bluffs and pastureland to an oak grove in Rattlesnake Canyon."

"The Pecho Coast Trail curves around the northern point of San Luis Obispo Bay from Port San Luis towards Montana de Oro State Park. There are two docent-led hikes across the privately owned PG&E land. Both Hikes follow the steep cliffs to Point San Luis and the Port San Luis Lighthouse, a two-story Victorian redwood structure built in 1890. It is a great spot for watching the annual migration of the gray whales. The longer hike continues across the coastal bluffs and pastureland to an oak grove in Rattlesnake Canyon."

Pecho Coast Trail Reviews

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FIRST OFF, YOU HAVE TO POACH THE TRAIL. YOU MUST SNEAK AROUND THE GATE & THE GUARD TO THE PRIVATELY OWNED PG&E PROPERTY. THE VIEWS WERE SPECTACULAR THE ENTIRE TIME & THE TRAIL WAS WELL-MAINTAINED. IT DEAD-ENDS AT THE LIGHT HOUSE; (1.5 MI) IF YOU WANT TO CONTINUE PAST THE HOUSES THROUGH THE GATE ON FIRE ROAD / COW TRAIL IT WRAPS AROUND THE MOUNTAIN FOR THE NEXT FEW MILES. WE WENT 3.5 MILES IN, THEN TURNED AROUND. THE TOTAL HIKE WAS RIGHT UNDER 7 MILES. DID NOT SEE 1 PERSON ONLY WILDLIFE & SEA LIONS.
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