• Big-berry manzanita and the skyline of the high peaks greet visitors who explore the steep and narrow portion of the High Peaks trail. NPS Photo|Sierra Willoughby

    Pinnacles

    National Park California

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  • CAUTION: Trail Work and Horses Present on Juniper Canyon and Tunnel Trails

    Do not run or make loud noises near working horses. Only approach horses if directed to do so by trail work staff. If Horses are Approaching, find a safe place to step uphill and off the trail. Do not approach horses from behind (April 21 - 25)

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Pinnacles Partnership is a non-profit organization that provides funding to a variety of programs at Pinnacles National Monument, including education and youth programs, habitat restoration, and the recovery of the California condor.

If you'd like to contribute to the Pinnacles Partnership, they are accepting donations. Your financial support at any level is deeply appreciated and is tax deductible through the Pinnacles Partnership (Tax ID: 76-0849623).

To join online, please visit their donation page.

You can also join by mail. Please make your check payable to:
Pinnacles Partnership.

Mail to:

P.O. Box 2080
Hollister, CA 95024-2080
831-389-4486 x239

web page:
www.pinnaclespartnership.org

email:
info@pinnaclespartnership.org

We appreciate your support.

Did You Know?

A close-up view of rhyolite breccia

Rhyolitic breccia is the rock that the High Peaks and other rock formations at Pinnacles are made of. Rhyolite breccia is composed of lava sand, ash, and angular chunks of rock that were explosively ejected from the Pinnacles Volcano.