Welcome to Pinnacles National Park


Initially established as a national monument in 1908, Pinnacles earned national park designation in 2013. The park, divided into eastern and western sections with no through road connecting them, preserves forests of oak, sycamore and buckeye, wildflower-strewn meadows, caves and dramatic rock formations. Endangered California condors still soar overhead, and the park's remote beauty makes it popular with hikers and climbers. Spring and fall are the best seasons to visit.


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