The Balconies Cliffs Trails offer stunning views of the pinnacles, canyons, and valleys.
The Balconies Cave is one of the two talus caves in the park, formed by boulders falling into narrow canyons.
The High Peaks Trail is a challenging but rewarding hike that takes you to the top of the pinnacles, where you can enjoy panoramic views of the park and beyond.
The Bear Gulch Reservoir is a man-made lake that provides water for the park and a habitat for wildlife.
The Bear Gulch Cave is the larger and more accessible of the two talus caves in the park.
The Moses Spring Trail is a short and easy hike that leads you to a small but beautiful waterfall, fed by a spring that flows year-round.
The Condor Gulch Trail is a moderate hike that offers a chance to see the endangered California condor, the largest flying bird in North America, with a wingspan of up to 10 feet.
Chalone Peak is the ultimate challenge for adventurous hikers, as it rises to 3,304 feet above sea level.
The Soledad Mission is a Spanish mission founded in 1791, located near the park.
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The Pinnacles Visitor Center is the place to go for information, maps, exhibits, and souvenirs.
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