Photos from Point Lobos State Reserve

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Point Lobos was described  by artist Francis McComas as "the greatest meeting of land and water in the world". After your first visit to the park, you'll see what the attraction is. There are lovely wooded areas, and several miles of trails. The only drawback is the possibility of coming into contact with ticks or poison oak. Keeping to the trails minimizes the risk of contact.

The park is open daily, with only a limited number of people allowed into the park at a time. If you only plan on doing a lot of hiking, you can probably see the park in a day (there are about 10 miles of trails). If you are planning on taking your camera and getting a lot of photos, you will probably need to come several times on several different days to see everything.

Click on any photo below to start see the photo gallery of that area.

North Shore Trail

North Shore Trail

Bird Island Trail

Bird Island Trail 

South Shore Trail

South Shore Trail

Sea Lion Point Trail

Sea Lion Point Trail

 Sand Hill Trail

Sand Hill Trail

 Whalers Cove

Whalers Cove

Wildflowers

Wildflowers 

 

 

 

 

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