Pinnacles National Park, California


Pinnacles National Park is named for the pinnacle rock formations left over from the extinct Neenach Volcano. The park itself is quite small and mostly surrounds these pinnacles, a prior home of the Ohlone tribe. Prairie falcons and California condors grace the sky and a variety of wildflowers line the dry riverbanks. Unfortunately due to COVID, all of the longer trails to the pinnacles themselves were closed. We instead enjoyed a nice meander along the riverbank.


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