West Cliff Drive
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Tipps von Einheimischen
walk, bike, jog, push stroller, skateboard (or drive if you have to) from the wharf to natural bridges state park along the edge of the cliffs that drop down to the bay, watching (or joining!) surfers at the famous steamer lane along the way.
Internationally known surf spot at Steamer's lane, and gorgeous breathtaking views of the Ocean and Monterey Bay.
Enjoy the bike and pedestrian path for famous views of the Beach Boardwalk, take your photo with a giant bronze surfer at legendary Steamers Lane surf spot, and revel in stunning historic architecture along this beautiful route on the south facing shore of the Monterey Bay.
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Das empfehlen Einheimische
“Free Friday Concerts on the beach during summer months. Volleyball courts Fun times for all with the rides at the boardwalk.”
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“Great breakfast, within walking distance. Pastery and coffee or full on breakfast.”
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“The starting point for many of our amazing trails, Wilder Ranch leads you to the UCSC trails and offers endless options for epic riding.”
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State / Provincial Park
“No trip to the Bay Area would be complete without visiting the redwood forests! For nature-lovers, this is an absolute must-see. It’s a bit of a drive to get to this park, but it’s totally worth it. This state park is home to over 40 acres of old-growth redwood trees, and it contains some of the tallest and oldest trees in the entire world. In the early 1900s, Teddy Roosevelt visited this area and helped spur an initiative to protect the trees. They are one of the most spectacular natural species in the entire United States and the Bay Area is one of the best places to see them. ”
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“a walk up and down Pacific Garden Mall in Santa Cruz will show you why many people believe in the slogan - Keep Santa Cruz Weird this is the VW Bug and Tiedye capital of the world. Many homeless but that is part of the local culture.”
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