Pfeiffer Big Sur Trail – Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park
Location: Big Sur, CA
Features: Hiking trails, bird watching, no dogs, incredible scenery, wildlife observation
There are many trails in Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park. This includes the following Buzzard’s Roost, Valley View, Liewald Flats, Redwood Deck, and so much more. Among them is the Pfeiffer Big Sur Trail. The Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park is located in Monterey County in California near the area of Big Sur on the state’s Central Coast, centered on the Big Sur River. It is about 1,600 acres and is known as the ‘mini Yosemite’. The Pfeiffer Big Sur Trail is an easy hike through the park’s finest redwood groves.
Top 3 Adventure Hacks
1) Stay hydrated
You sweat about half to one quart of fluid for every hour you walk in the heat – and around 3 quarts if you walk uphill. Thus it is important to stay hydrated.
A great way to keep your body hydrated is to bring a hydration pack.
2) Keep gear organized
Often enough, it is hard getting everything inside your backpack. Organize your gear with a dry sack.
3) Stay fueled
Bring food with you that will give you energy – energy bar, trail mix, beef jerky, and high sugar snacks.