Well, Santa’s still a little black and blue from yesterday’s adventure at the Los Osos skatepark, so I’m taking it easy today.
I did some sightseeing in Morro Bay and got an up-close look at “The Rock,” which made me want to go for a short hike and a mountain bike ride.
I was told by some of the local birdwatchers that Morro Rock was off-limits to climbing (something tells me this isn’t the weekend to get arrested for trespassing), so I headed over to nearby Cerro Cabrillo instead.
Cerro Cabrillo, one of San Luis Obispo County’s famed “Nine Sisters,” is a popular spot for local hikers, mountain bikers and rock climbers because it overlooks Morro Bay and is located between “The Rock” and Hollister Peak – both of which are closed to the public.
The peak at Cerro Cabrillo is located more than 900 feet above the estuary below, offering amazing views of the North Coast.
I didn’t make it all the way to the top on my mountain bike, but I go far enough up the trail to enjoy the scenery.
I plan on reaching the peak tomorrow, when I try my hand at rock climbing. But for now, until my wounds heal from yesterday’s skate session, I’m sticking with mountain biking.
See you on the mountain,
Coming tomorrow: A blog, photo and video from my rock climbing mission.
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Looking for Santa? Be sure to check out SanLuisObispo.com’s list of places to meet Santa this holiday season.
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