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San Jose, California
November 3, 2012
Point Lobos
Monterey County
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The Place

Point Lobos
State Park
November 3, 2012

Granite Point

Point Lobos, located just south of Monterey, was once refered to as "the greatest meeting of land and water in the world". Few who have visited would dispute this claim and those who have not, should join us and judge for themselves.

Beach

Walking the Walk

We will start the hike at Whalers Cove, to Cannery Point, around Point Lobos to the South Shore trail. From there across the Little Mound Meadow to the Pineridge trail, across the South Plateau and Carmelo Meadow to the Moss Cove Trail and out to Ichxenta Point where we will have our meeting.

Arch

Walking the Walk

Level: 2       Miles: 5.4       Elevation: 200 ft       Hosts: Di and John

Waves

Business Meeting After the Hike.

Meeting at the Cafe Stravaganza in the Carmel Crossroads Shopping Center Unit 241 (831)625-3733

Trail

Directions: To Point Lobos

From San Jose take Hwy 85 South toward Gilroy and merge onto US-101 South. Drive 39.7 miles and take ramp to Monterey/Peninsula. Go 6.1 miles and merge onto Ca 156 West. continue onto Hwy 1 South for about 20.6 miles and then turn right into Point Lobos. If you pay the entrance fee, Whalers Cove is the first lot on your right. If you walk in take the Carmelo Meadow trail, to the Granite Point trail, to the left to Whalers Cove.
See Parking below.

Sign

Parking

Parking at Whalers Cove in Point Lobos is limited and often fills up early. If you park outside the park and walk in, the suggested entrance donation is only $1.00. If you pay the $10.00 entrance fee and the Whalers Cove lot is full, the walk from the other lots in the park, are longer than the walk from outside the park.

Cabin

Know Before You Go:

Parking at Point Lobos is $10.00
If you walk in the suggested donation is $1.00.

NO DOGS ALLOWED


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