Top 7 Summer Hikes & Walks – Highway 1 Discovery Route

Top 7 Hikes & Walks to do
along the Highway 1 Discovery Route

Fiscalini Ranch Preserve

  1. Bob Jones Trail – The Bob Jones Trail is the “City to the Sea” bike trail. Used as a hiking, jogging and biking route, the paved trail winds through the forested valley alongside San Luis Obispo Creek towards Avila Beach. Read More
  2. Pecho Coast Trail Docent Hikes to Point San Luis Lighthouse – The Pecho Coast Trail to the Point San Luis Lighthouse is open to 20 hikers each Wednesday and 40 hikers each Saturday. Read More
  3. Moonstone Beach Trail – Moonstone Beach is one of Cambria’s and the Central Coast’s most scenic spots. Read More
  4. Horizon Hike Over Edna Valley – Enjoy a mild hike, learn about the vines as you walk through them and take in a 360-degree view of the valley. Read More
  5. Quarry Trail – The Quarry Trail skirts the southern flank of Cerro Cabrillo, past the rubble piles of an abandoned quarry site used for road construction in the 1950s. Read More
  6. San Simeon Cove – The trail leading out to the point is a magical walk along a wooded path on the bluffs above the beach. Lacy moss dangles from the eucalyptus, pines, cedars, and cypress that flank the trail. Read More
  7. Oso Flaco Lake Trail – Just west of Nipomo lies one of the most scenic natural areas all along California’s coast, Oso Flaco Lake. Read More