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Saturday, 11 April 2015

McWay Falls at Big Sur, California.

McWay Falls at Big Sur, California.
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Introduction:
McWay Falls is an incredibly scenic waterfall. McWay Creek drops 84 ft. off a cliff onto the beach nestled in a pretty little cove. The overlook view of the cove where the waterfall drops, is stunning to say the least. Unfortunately, you cannot get down onto the scenic beach (legally), as the cliffs are too crumbly and dangerous to descend (and if you try it, be prepared to receive a very hefty fine).

McWay Falls at Big Sur, California.
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Visitors review:
It is one of the most stunning beach, rocks and falls you will ever see. How many waterfalls do you see falling into the ocean. It is pretty much the only thing to see at this stop and you can't get very close to the beach or the falls. Still worth the stop.

McWay Falls at Big Sur, California.
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Getting there:
Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park (3,762 acres) is well marked and easy to spot off Highway 1. The entrance is about 37 miles south of Carmel, or 12 miles south of Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park (note that the two parks have similar names but are 12 miles apart). From the south, the entrance is about 48 miles north of Ragged Point (which is 20 miles north of San Simeon).

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