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The Cliff Walk located in Montana de Oro State Park on the Central Coast in California, overlooks the Pacific Ocean, rocks full of cormorants, oystercatchers and a variety of shore birds. This is also a walk for those interested in geology as the turbulent wave...More
Stay on trail, critters are in the bushes, fog comes in and goes out. Earlier the better for peace and quite. There are some restrooms available. Parking can fill up fast. The farther out you go the more beautiful the cliffs and shore become.
Make sure you choose the right day or else you will be walking in a howling gale or through a cloud of fog! It’s a pretty remote part of the coastline and it bears checking the weather forecast very carefully and dressing appropriately. Great access...More
it was a windy day but this didn't stop us from enjoying some amazing scenery,tide pools and rock formations carved by wind and water.
The trail is an easy 2.38 miles each way but has benches and picnic tables to rest or just enjoy the...More
The Bluff Trail at Montana De Oro is absolutely spectacular. It is a natural wonder with the up lifting of strata, trail along the ocean bluffs, beach trail down below, wild animals, birds, flowers in the spring and at times migrating whales. There is a...More
Stunning views! There is a parking lot just past Spooner Cove that has bathrooms. A tiny lot at Badger Trail trailhead and a larger one at the very end of Pecho Valley Road. The one at the end has bathrooms and a picnic table, and...More