Gaviota Wind Caves and Overlook

Gaviota Wind Caves and Overlook

On August 19th, 4 adults and 7 Scouts embarked on a 4.5-mile round trip adventure to the Gaviota Wind Caves and Overlook. After starting along the coast, they hiked up to the wind caves. The wind caves have fascinating sandstone formations sculpted by the wind. There’s tunnels, windows and large openings that make them a very nice spot to relax. Later, they hiked a couple miles to the Overlook, which rewarded them with an incredible view. Along the way, they enjoyed snacks, friendship bread and camaraderie, creating lasting memories of a day filled with beautiful views and friendship.

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