The network of hiking trails in Monterey County lies across some of the most diverse and scenic geography of the state. Trails range from easy to moderately strenuous and are known for their scenery, variety and ability to be hiked in one day. You’ll experience ocean front cliffs and promontories, coves and tide pools, white sand beaches, windswept dunes, stream fed canyons and waterfalls, redwood forests, mountain peaks wildlife sanctuaries and historical sites.
|Andrew Molera State Park||831-667-2315||Highway 1 (22 miles south of Carmel), Big Sur|
|Grrapata State Park||831-667-2315||Highway 1 (7 miles south of Carmel), Big Sur|
|Garland Park||831-659-4488||Carmel Valley Road (10 miles east of Highway 1), Carmel Valley|
|Jacks Peak County Park||831-755-4865||Aguajito Road – Monterey, Monterey|
|Julia Pfeiffer Burns Park||831-667-2315||Highway 1 (36 miles south of Carmel), Big Sur|
|Point Lobos State Reserve||831-624-4909||Highway 1 (2 miles south of Carmel), Carmel Valley|