Visiting Pinnacles National Park is a hiker’s paradise. Although this wonder of nature only became a park in 2013, it’s history can be traced way, way back, about 23 million years ago.
The beautiful rock formations that we enjoy viewing today are a result of lava that flowed down from multiple volcanoes erupting millions of years ago.
The result? A unique landscape that will make you say “wow.”
And while Pinnacles isn’t as large as most national parks, you’ll never run out of things to do here.
The park is filled with a lot of caves and trails, unique rock formations, and flora and fauna, some of which you can only find here.
You’ll be passing through chaparral, oak woodlands and canyon bottoms which give that air of real adventure.
For the animal lovers, Pinnacles has a lot to offer too: prairie and peregrine falcons, golden eagles, and even California Condors.
In the middle of the park lies the Bear Gulch reservoir, one of the park’s most iconic sites, which is where I took this beautiful photo.
Pinnacles National Park is a beautiful place to visit and there are plenty of things to do! From hiking to camping to wildlife viewing, there is something for everyone in it, even kids will enjoy exploring!
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