Hike To Natural Bridges State Beach Then Play With Butterflies At The Monarch Grove In Northern California

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to move en masse with thousands of others just like you? Well, that is exactly what you’ll experience at the Monarch Grove at Natural Bridges in Northern California. Every year from late fall into spring, close to 10,000 majestic Monarch Butterflies make their annual trek from the Rocky Mountain valley regions to this natural sanctuary for their winter habitat. Join in as we hike along and play with these delicate, beautiful creatures while also enjoying their awe-inspiring lifecycle.

Experiencing the annual migration is an incredible experience and one that everyone should experience at least once in their lifetime. A visit to the Monarch Grove at Natural Bridges makes it easy.

Have you ever been to Monarch Grove at Natural Bridges? If so, we’d love to see your photos and hear about your experience there. You can also learn more about Natural Bridges State Beach on their Facebook page.

If you’re looking for something else to do in the Santa Cruz area, check out this creepy yet amazing series of caves!

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Address: Natural Bridges State Beach, 2531 W Cliff Dr, Santa Cruz, CA 95060, USA