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  • 7th Annual Pinnacles Climber Appreciation Days

    Join together with Friends of Pinnacles, Mud n Crud (Masters of Mud), Pinnacles National Park Foundation, the Access Fund, the American Alpine Club, Pacific Edge and Mountain Tools to support the Pinnacles Trail Crew at Pinnacles National Park.

Tourist Trap Closure

The Tourist Trap formation on the East Side of Pinnacles is closed until the end of July for restoration. The Trails Crew will be working to repair, rehab, and restore some of the lower access trail at the site.

The Park hopes to begin restoration of multiple access trails at heavily used climbing areas, starting with Tourist Trap this year and hopefully extending to Discovery Wall and beyond in upcoming years. The Trails Crew work will help stabilize some of the climber access areas that have been degraded through erosion and heavy traffic over time.

Opportunities to volunteer to assist with the trail work may be possible. Contact Trail Supervisor Tim George if you are interested in volunteering.


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  • 7th Annual Pinnacles Climber Appreciation Days

    Join together with Friends of Pinnacles, Mud n Crud (Masters of Mud), Pinnacles National Park Foundation, the Access Fund, the American Alpine Club, Pacific Edge and Mountain Tools to support the Pinnacles Trail Crew at Pinnacles National Park.

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