Balconies Cave is CLOSED
Due to recent rains and high water, the entrance gates to the Balconies Cave is closed. Hikers may bypass the cave area using the Balconies Cliff Trail. The Bear Gulch Cave on the east side of the park fully open. 3/3/2014
Bear Gulch Cave is OPEN!
Park biologists went up to Bear Gulch Cave this morning and found that the Townsend's Big Eared Bat colony has dispersed. The Bear Gulch Cave is fully open. 3/3/2014 More »
Artist in Residence, Linda Bjornson
A nature lover and an art major in college, Linda has been designing and fabricating with glass since 1979. She is also published, having produced two stained glass pattern books for hobbiests. If you are interested in seeing more of Linda's work, please visit her website at www.lbglassart.com.
Linda was one of nine featured artists at a Pinnacles Art Show at Galeria Tonantzin in San Juan Bautista after her residency ended. This month-long showing coincided with both The Condor Classic and The San Juan Bautista Gallery Walk. A portion of all art sold during this month benefitted our non-profit friends group, Pinnacles Partnership. For more information about Linda, please visit her website.
Linda Bjornson, Stained Glass
Gavin Emmons, Photography
Steve Borelli, Photography
Gayle Sleznick, Watercolors
Sylvia Nichols, Woodcuts
Patsy Zuniga, Watercolors
Deborah Gansberger, Textiles
Louise Roy, Oils
Bev Hannigan, Textiles
Did You Know?
Pinnacles National Park began as a volcanic field that originated about 195 miles south of its present location. It has traveled northward along the San Andreas Fault, and currently moves at a rate of about 3 - 6 centimeters per year.