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Montana de Oro was the reason I moved to the Central Coast! You can often have the place to yourself on a weekday. Many trails to choose from, and they all give you a renewed perspective on what's important in life.
There are 2 roads to this State Park off Hwy 1 depending on where you are coming from. Both take about 20-25 minutes. Park next to the campground along the road. There are signs posted for the hike. Watch your step! There are sheer cliffs...More
This is an easy trail with not much elevation gain; it is wide and relatively smooth, but beware it is a dirt and gravel trail. There is access to the beach from this trail involving steps. It's worth it to go down at low tide...More