Limekiln State Park is now open but as of July 2, 2010 the Limekiln Creek Falls Trail is still closed because of 2008 fire damage: The damage from 2008 fires is relatively moderate along the Pacific Coast Highway but like this trail numerous trails east of Highway 1 are still closed including the Ewoldsen, Limekiln, Pfeiffer Falls Trail (an alternate trial to Pfeiffer Falls, Valley View Trail is open) and Tanbark trails.
Limekiln Creek Falls a natural, beautiful Big Sur California Waterfall in Limekiln State Park in the Big Sur Pacific Coast Highway 1.
Like most famous Big Sur waterfalls Limekiln Creek Falls is a short easy hike and for a quick look no special preparations are necessary but you should always use your head and take certain safety precautions when near waterfalls. For any serious waterfall trek, there are numerous things to keep in mind to make your waterfall visit safe, memorable, more productive and enjoyable. There are specific creek and waterfall safety considerations as well as proper clothing and equipment to consider when visiting Big Sur Falls. How about waterfall pictures? Here are some waterfall photography tips and tricks.