Helping Our Peninsula's Environment


Ecosystem Walks

Monterey & Gowen Cypress Forests - Pebble Beach & Pt. Lobos

Only a few hundred acres of native forest and habitat remains for these imperiled tree species. Monterey Cypress only live naturally along the shore of Carmel Bay in Pebble Beach and at Point Lobos. Gowen Cypress' native habitat is primarily in Huckelberry Hill in Pebble Beach and a few tiny scattered places nearby. They both are found only living alongside and among the imperiled Monterey Pine forest ecosystem.

You may see some of the extremely rare and endangered animal and flower species living there. You can learn about --

To sign up for the walk list either call 624-6500, or
email us here at -    CypressWalk(at)

We will call or email you when the next walk is scheduled.

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This Page Last Updated April 19, 2004