A Redwood Hiking Trail That Leads To A Waterfall In Northern California Has Re-Opened After 13 Years

Exciting news for hikers in Northern California! The popular Pfeiffer Falls Trail in Big Sur has officially re-opened after being closed off from the public for more than a decade. The trail was closed after a devastating wildfire tore through the area in 2008. Now, the iconic waterfall hike is looking better than ever with improved access for hikers making the trek to Pfeiffer Falls. It’s been a long time coming, so grab those hiking boots and hit the trail!

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Are you so excited to be able to check out this popular waterfall hike? This hike is looking better than ever! Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.