A hidden gem of nature hiking not far from Columbia. Sad that there are no signs on the highway showing this place. The signs at the parking lot indicate it as a private place, but it is open to the public at no cost. That is a little confusing. The scenery is very nice of the cliffs which were clearly visible in February with all the trees still bare with no leaves. It is not a long hike to the pinnacles, but some scrambling is required to get to the top of the rocks. No good signage is available on the trails, but they are short trails anyway. There was a one page guide at the trail head, but that page did not have a map of the trails, instead had descriptions of the trails, which were somewhat helpful. There is a cave and a beach at the end of a small trail which are worth a stop. In summary, this is a nice place for about a half day visit.
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