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San Jose, California
November 12, 2016
Point Lobos State Natural Reserve
Monterey County
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The Place

Point Lobos State Natural Reserve
November 12, 2016
10:00 AM

Wilder Ranch Sign Painted On Fence

The iconic Point Lobos area is geologically unique and contains a rich and diverse plant and animal life both on shore and in the water. Called the "greatest meeting of land and water in the world" by landscape artist Francis McComas, Point Lobos is considered a crown jewel in the California state park system.

Fields With Trees In The Distance

Level: 2 Challenging - Miles: 7.1 - Elevation change: 616 ft - Host: Mary B.

Panoramic View

Panoramic View

Panoramic View

Directions:

From San Jose take Hwy 101 South for approx 45 miles to CA 156 West Monterey Peninsula exit. Take Hwy 156 West for 6.5 miles to CA Hwy 1 South. Take CA Hwy 1 South for 20 miles to Point Lobos. Park entrance on right 3 miles south of Carmel.

Travel time from San Jose: Approximately 90 Minutes

Know Before You Go:

Parking Free
No Dogs allowed. We will meet at the Whalers Cove Parking Lot. 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 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. We will Have our business meeting after the hike.


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