Driving on the Pacific Coast Highway

The legendary Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) was first started in the 1930s and remains a marvel of human effort that hugs over 600 miles of California’s rugged and beautiful coastlines. It is one of the most astoundingly scenic roads in the world, meant to be traversed slowly while gasping at the mountains, towering trees, expansive beaches and endless sky.

PCH also affords travellers an unparalleled opportunity to dip into all the character California has to offer: pioneer outposts, surfing villages, farm-fresh foods, local wine, roadside kitsch, Hollywood glitz, and bohemia.

I always find a reason/excuse to drive on the PCH. This weekend, I took a spin along with the friends from Innominds on the PCH and once again enjoyed the astoundingly scenic views. Here are few glimpses, as we drove to Big Sur, with stops at Santa Cruz, Redwood Forest Park, and Carmel By The Sea


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