Pinnacles National Park
What’s Up Wednesday
What’s Up you ask? Well we finally had a weekend off- whoop whoop!! That’s the good news, the bad news? Poor Chanda was sick in bed- sad day!!! With that said you probably don’t really want to hear about her weekend of sickness- SO lame!! But I on the other hand managed to slip away for a little camping day trip to Pinnacles with the hubby. Have you been there? It’s so incredibly close and oh so scenic!! Although I do suggest going on a cooler day- it can get pretty warm since there is not a ton of overhead coverage. I would say Pinnacles is most popular in the cooler winter months, which is unusual for being a national park. During the spring you can’t go wrong with the wildflowers and water in the canyon too. Overall its a pretty amazing place that is even home to the CA Condor- so fun!
Ready to hike, rock climb, watch and study wildlife, view wildflowers, and experience nature???
We headed out to the West side to hike the balconies cave trail….
The trails are surrounded by Rhyolitic Breccia a very unique rock that combines volcanic and Sedimentary rock. These were formed as a result of volcanic activity that occurred millions of years ago!