Hiking Trails Cambria
Hiking Trails Cambria - Hiking in the
Cambria area is popular for most locals. The Fiscaline Ranch or
"East/West Ranch" as locals call the preserve is one of our favorite
The Ranch is called the East/West Ranch because it is divided into two
separate passive recreational areas.
The West side is our favorite side of the perserve. The
Bluff Trail runs along the ocean and you can climb down in a few
places and take a close look at tide pools and Sea
Otters. This trail has a board walk, at least part of the
way, and it is easy to walk and has a wonderful view of the Ranch and
The Marine Terrace trail is located between the north end of Windsor
Boulevard and runs into Marlborough Drive on the south side. This
trail is super dog friendly. You can take the dogs off the leash
and let them run. Out of the many hiking trails Cambria this is the trail we walk on a regular basis
because our dogs love to run.
The East side of the Fiscaline Ranch
Preserve starts off of Main Street next to the Bluebird Motel.
There is a little bridge you cross and away you go.
Marine Terrace Trail - West Ranch
The Nottingham Bluff trail is another and one of many hiking trails Cambria. This trail is located on the high bluffs
on the ranch. It is a great hike and provides great views and
places to rest along the way. This hiking trail is located off of
Windsor on Nottingham Drive. The picture below was taken while
the marine layer was thick. Remember to take a jacket, you might
need one because the marine layers moves in and out. It seems to
have a mind of its own.
The Cambria Hiking Trails can be the
most fun you have while visiting the central coast. After hiking it is
fun to stop and shop in some of the many stores in Cambria. I
take a jacket with you and if you don't have one try
the Cambria Wildwood Store Cambria
Hiking Trails Cothes - Cambria Wildwood
want your stay in Cambria and the Central Coast to be the most fun you
have ever experienced. For a complete list of all the hiking
trails in the San Luis Obispo Region of the Central Coast of California Click Here-Hiking Trails Cambria.