Yesterday, on 11 March 2022, my parents and I took a trip to Calla Lily Valley in Garrapata State Park in Monterey County, CA. I took 8 photos with my cellphone while I was there. I hope you enjoy viewing my photos!
Travel Tips: If you want to visit the area, the GPS coordinates are at 36° 25' 19" N, 121° 54' 47" W. The valley isn't far from State Route 1 (you park on the side of the highway). You have to walk around 10 minutes tops. The trail down is relatively easy, my dad managed on crutches (he accidentally injured himself a few weeks back), and I navigated it just fine with my partial blindness due to visual snow syndrome (there were a few things I weren't able to do due to the vision loss). The trail to the valley can be a bit narrow at times, and it is a little bit muddy around the calla lily flowers (the flowers are fed by a creek). The trail is definitely not wheelchair accessible due to stairs and how narrow some sections are. My parents and I went on a Friday, and there were a lot of people. If you go on the weekends, it will be crowded. The area where you park is not going to be too safe. My parents and I saw shattered glass on the side of the road, so burglars are definitely breaking into parked vehicles.
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