Monterey Hiking Trails

Travel Monterey Bay - Monterey Hiking Trails
Hike through unspoiled wilderness and scenic coastline on numerous hiking trails in Carmel and the Big Sur region. Try the Molera 8-mile loop in Andrew Molera State Park for a hike through bluffs and beaches. Short on time? Try the McVey Waterfall Trail, a less than a mile easy trek in Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park with an 80-foot waterfall along a sandy beach. For easier hiking try the Coastal Recreation Trail, which starts at Lover’s Point Park in Pacific Grove, and offers coastal views at every step.

4 Responses to “ Monterey Hiking Trails ”

nit Says:

I want to do the Molera 8 -mile loop. Will look it up!
Thanks for the info.

binapatel Says:

When you do the Molera 8 mile loop, don’t forget to take in your backpack a goumet boxed lunch from Plumes or Paris Bakery.

Mary Alice Says:

I love walking in Monterey from historic San Carlos Cathedral to Lake Elestero, Monterey Beach, Wharf 2, Maritime Museum, Fisherman’s Wharf, charming Downtown Monterey with all its historic sites, and not to be forgotten great restaurants, cafes, and fun stores. If the kids still need something to do, there is always the Sports Center or MY Museum.

binapatel Says:

The Comfort Inn is located less the a mile to San Carlos Catehedral and Lake Elestero. And if you are staying with us on a Tuesday you must walk throught Farmers Marketplace on Alvarado Streed 4pm — 8pm (summer), 4pm — 7pm (winter).
Indulge in fresh hand baked goodies, sample fresh produce, take home an unusal souvenier offered by the unique merchants. http://www.stayatmonterey.com/video/monterey-hotel-video.asp



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