This past weekend, I had the great pleasure of enjoying some of the most scenic trails anywhere at Point Lobos State Natural Reserve. Located just south of Carmel and Monterrey, CA, Point Lobos is the first major park for anyone headed south along the spectacular Big Sur Coast.
Point Lobos is very popular and it’s not uncommon for people to have to park outside the gates and walk in (make sure you still donate $1 as an entrance fee! California parks are not doing well). As a run, I recommend combining the North and South Shore trails. Be prepared to stop and be mesmerized!
Beautiful! I got to run in Pt. Lobos once, but it was super foggy so I didn’t get any of that scenery.
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Just posted about my run here today (https://running4teddy.wordpress.com/2016/08/30/point-lobos-monterrey-california/) when I came across yours! Great pictures!