Ewoldsen Trail is a 6.2 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Big Sur, California that features a river. The trail is rated as difficult and primarily used for hiking.
You've got your old growth redwood forest, scrub landscapes, sweeping canyon and ocean views, and a nice bit of elevation gain. If you only have one day to see the sites, this trail is a good complement to the McWay Falls trail that also starts from the same parking area.
Great trail- would recommend this over Yosemite any day! Redwoods and ocean!
Beach views and redwoods? Winning. Definitely got my heart going. Lots of uphill. Loved it.
Awesome hike- prepare to feel the burn! Bring water and don't bother attempting this in jeans.
Nice trail with lots of great views. I wouldn't say it was strenuous though. More moderate, just lots of uphill.
Absolutely beautiful! One of the best hikes I have ever been on.
great hike through beautiful scenery. view from the ridge of the water is awesome. be aware of the fog...or you may be disappointed when you get to the top.
Incredible views of the ocean. I got poison oak of this trail so be careful
Great hike, half shaded, the other half gets hot. Beautiful trail!
Sept 2014 - This is a challenging hike with a spectacular payoff: unrivaled views of the iconic cliffsides. The fauna is fantastic. I only ding it for being a bit monotonous at times; large portions are chalk full of switchbacks that can feel repetitive and get old quickly. Still, the views and the trees make this hike worth the effort. [4/5]