Big Sur is a place of rugged cliffs, cold clear water and constant waves. Huge kelp beds grow offshore.
There are many sea mounts and sea stacks. Most of it is completely inaccessable except by boat and much
of it even that way. In my mind,
Big Sur starts at ragged point and is the area of continual cliffs that extends perhaps 60 miles,
almost to Carmel. You see it all from above as you drive Pacific Coast Hiway, but mostly there is
no way to get to it. There are a few areas that can be reached by divers from the shore. Big Sur
is a place of breath taking beauty and some serious challenge.
Actually, Truth Aquatics sometimes runs a boat up the coast each summer for a week of diving and then makes the trip back from Monterey for another week of diving with a different group.
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