Rare Find: Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park Beach And Waterfalls

Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park is named after John Pfeiffer, who lived in a cabin on the property beginning in 1884. He was the son of Micahel and Barbara Pfeiffer, the first European settlers in the area.

Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park has both a hotel (the Big Sur Lodge) and a campground within its boundaries. The campgrounds were closed in the winter of 2008-2009 due to the Basin Complex Fire, but most are open as of May 22, 2009.

A rare view of the popular Pfeiffer Big Sur Park Waterfalls and Beach Pool

Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park is popular for its redwood groves and trail to Pfeiffer Falls. Many of these trails were closed during 2009 due to damage from the Basin Complex Fire, but are now re-opened.

Climbing down the waterfalls of Pfeiffer Big Sur Park

source: Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park

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Mama Lion Saved Her Baby Cub From The Cliff

It’s really cute to capture these kind of rare scenes of motherly love from some wild animals. Of how even the fiercest species could value the meaning of love from a parent’s perspective.

See the Mama Lion’s expression looking around helplessly when her cub fall down and stuck in a ravine.
Some lions from the pride try to help save the cub.
Mother lion desperately went down the cliff trying to save her baby lion
The lioness successfully fetching the baby cub out of danger
And these how the story cutely ended

And so you can now say, awwww! :)

Photos from MSNBC via Animal Tracks Photos by Jean-Francois Lagrot / Sax Rohmer Ltd

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