Thursday, April 21, 2011

California’s Scenic Pacific Coast Highway 1 to Reopen Today: April 21, 2011 Carmel to San Luis Obispo

California’s Scenic Highway 1 to Reopen April 21, 2011 – American Banking News:

"90 miles of iconic outback from Carmel to San Luis Obispo. Just in time for tourism season, Scenic Highway 1 is scheduled to officially reopened April 21, 2011 following a March 16, 2011 slide and road closure south of Carmel. Top stops from Point Sur Lighthouse Station to Nepenthe restaurant, Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park and Henry Miller Memorial Library are open for business as well as the region’s 12 lodging options. (read more...)"

For adventurers, Big Sur packs in hundreds of miles of hiking terrain, resident wild animals and all things oceanic. Its seamless blend of rustic yet revered lands have made “El Sur Grande” home to a long list of artists, poets and craftspeople since the area was first settled in the 1870s. For nature and auto enthusiasts, the trek through Big Sur is a rite of passage. Strike out southbound from Carmel and let the seduction begin.
Attractions: Point Lobos State Reserve, Bixby Creek Bridge, Point Sur Lighthouse Station, Pfeiffer Beach, Nepenthe Restaurant, Henry Miller Memorial Library, McWay Falls, Esalen Institute, Limekiln State Park, Jade Cove, and Whale Watching.
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