Winter in Pinnacles National Park

PINNACLES NP (16).jpg

WINTER IN PINNACLES NATIONAL PARK

 

Listen to the Big Blend Radio interview with Park Ranger Elizabeth Hudick, who discusses winter activities at Pinnacles National Park such as hiking and rock climbing, bird and wildlife watching, star gazing, and exploring caves and waterfalls.

Located along the San Andreas Fault in central California, Pinnacles National Park is of geological significance, and is known for its beautiful and diverse habitats that range from spectacular wildflowers to oak woodlands and chaparral scrub, caves and rock spires. The giant boulders you see at Pinnacles today were formed as a result of volcanic activity that occurred over 23 million years ago.

Enjoy hiking trails, rock climbing, exploring caves, star gazing, camping and bird watching. Keep your eyes open for a lucky glimpse of a California condor, as this park also manages a release site for captive bred California condors. Boasting a Mediterranean climate, the Park enjoys mild winters with moderate precipitation. Warm layers, and a light rain repellent jacket can help you stay warm and dry from rain and showers.

JIGSAW PUZZLE: Listen to our Big Blend Radio interview with Park Ranger Elizabeth Hudick while piecing together this online jigsaw puzzle of Bear Gulch Reservoir in Pinnacles National Park. Use the full screen icon to make it easier. Use your mouse roller or arrow keys to rotate the puzzle pieces and click and drag to put the pieces in place. Use the Image Icon to see the picture and the Ghost Icon to set your workspace.

San Benito County Chamber

 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

No Feedback Received