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  • Hiking the East Cuesta Ridge and Mount Lowe trail in San Luis Obispo

    The East Cuesta Ridge/Mount Lowe trail follows Mount Lowe Road east of Highway 101 and offers expansive views of San Luis Obispo County and a challenging hike to the summit.

The East Cuesta Ridge/Mount Lowe trail follows Mount Lowe Road east of Highway 101 and offers expansive views of San Luis Obispo County and a challenging hike to the summit. Dan Itel The Tribune
The East Cuesta Ridge/Mount Lowe trail follows Mount Lowe Road east of Highway 101 and offers expansive views of San Luis Obispo County and a challenging hike to the summit. Dan Itel The Tribune

SLO County Hike of the Week: East Cuesta Ridge and Mount Lowe trail

March 20, 2017 07:13 PM

UPDATED March 21, 2017 03:49 PM