This state park is named after Julia Pfeiffer Burns, an all around regarded pioneer lady in the Big Sur nation. The recreation center extends from the Big Sur coastline into adjacent 3,000-foot edges. It highlights redwood, tan oak, madrone, chaparral, and a 80-foot waterfall that drops from rock bluffs into the sea from the Overlook Trail. An all encompassing perspective of the sea and miles of rough coastline is accessible from the higher rises along the trails east of Highway 1.
Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park has two ecological climb in outdoors ranges, named by Sunset magazine as one of the “four best places to set up a portable shelter on the Pacific Coast” Both locales have uncommon perspectives of the Pacific Coast, yet get to is limited to those with outdoors reservations. The Julia Pfeiffer Burns Underwater Area is a prominent area for scuba plunging.
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