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4.5 out of 5
3 member's reviews
17 people visited Big Sur River
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  • Big Sur RiverPro 2014
    Joseph Coureur
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    4 Sep 27, 2012

    California is amazing in that so many different ecosystems are so close to each other. The Big Sur river runs along 101 for a bit, but it's also not too far from the beach. It's good for hiking, splashing, and if the water level is high enough, tubing.

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  • Big Sur RiverPro 2014
    Arlo Hemphill
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    5 Jul 04, 2012

    Beautiful, wild, clear water river full of steelhead trout and summer fun. It's provides a 'center' to the Big Sur area and is great for swimming, lounging, fishing, tubing and riverside reflection and arts. California wilderness at it's best.

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  • Big Sur River
    Keith Donaldson
    5 Sep 15, 2011
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Description:

The majestic Big Sur River offers a plethora of activities for families and single adults. Whether you want to fish for the day, or go swimming, points along the river give you the chance to do all kinds of outdoor activities. This 15.7 mile long river winds from the Santa Lucia mountains all the way to the Pacific Ocean, breaking off into freshwater tributaries along the way. There are many places to go camping near the river, and should you stay near the mountains where the river originates, you can hike trails through the river valleys.
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