Spots To Try

Turn this list into a widget
Bolster your website with these awesome places discovered by the Trover community.
A list by Evelyn Park | sort by: latest
Big Creek Bridge, Monterey County, CaliforniaBig Creek BridgeMonterey County, CaliforniaBig Sur was an unbelievable drive. It seemed like there were views like this around every corner. I particularly liked this one because of the Big...Pebble Beach, Del Monte Forest, CaliforniaPebble BeachDel Monte Forest, CaliforniaNo need to be a Golfer to enjoy this area.... Miles of rugged coast line, the blue, blue pacific and of course this landmark...The Lone Cypress...Highway 1 / Bixby Creek Bridge, Monterey County, CaliforniaHighway 1 / Bixby Creek BridgeMonterey County, CaliforniaI have a thing for bridges. Bixby is a bridge built in 1932 into the coast on highway 1. If you're traveling the Big Sur make sure you reach Bixby,...Pfeiffer Beach, Monterey County, CaliforniaPfeiffer BeachMonterey County, CaliforniaSuch and amazing beach! It's the quintessential beach on the Central Coast of California! You pay a minimal fee to park and use the park/ beach for...McWay Waterfall House, Monterey County, CaliforniaMcWay Waterfall HouseMonterey County, CaliforniaMcWay Falls is a hugely popular spot on the Big Sur coastline, and with good reason : the waterfall that plummets down onto McWay Beach is...McWay Falls, Monterey County, CaliforniaMcWay FallsMonterey County, California#TroveOn: Nearly everyone that visits McWay Falls visits during the day. I decided to head out there at night for a slightly different view....Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, Monterey County, CaliforniaJulia Pfeiffer Burns State ParkMonterey County, CaliforniaOne of the best vista point along California coastline in Julia Pfeiffer Burns Statepark. Magnificent color change when the warm, light blue...McWay Falls, Monterey County, CaliforniaMcWay FallsMonterey County, CaliforniaMcWay Falls in California's Big Sur has to hands-down be the most scenic waterfall I've ever seen. I mean, how often do you get to see a waterfall...Esalen Institute, Monterey County, CaliforniaEsalen InstituteMonterey County, CaliforniaHot Springs overlooking the Pacific Ocean. What more could you want? Open to the public by reservation only 1am to 4am. Call ahead. Very worthwhile.
No photos have been added to this list.
Add to list
          loading your lists...
          create your first list
          Type a list name
          Discovery added to
          Sorry, we were unable to add the discovery to your list at this time.
          Discovery removed from .
          Sorry, we were unable to remove the discovery from your list at this time.
          Start a discussion about this list
          Remove this comment.
          post
          Pour yourself a fresh cup of coffee,
          we've updated our terms!
          I have read and agree to Trover's Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.
          prompt