With winter approaching and the start of “significant rainfall,” Caltrans temporarily closed Highway 1 south of Big Sur at Mud Creek and Paul’s Slide Sunday, Dec. 1.
Highway 1 at Mud Creek reopened Friday, March 8 at 3:30 p.m. after Caltrans received confirmation from National Weather Service data that the significant storms have passed in the area.
After waiting over a year for the highway blockage to clear, visitors can drive the 655-mile stretch of coastline uninterrupted.
The road is still blocked from the south due to the massive Mud Creek Slide in May.
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Because of recent weather, the Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge is beyond repair. But for some, this may be a good thing.
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After lengthy rain and snow storms rocked California through the end of March, Highway 1 has been hit with a number of mudslides causing closures and extensive damage. With heavy rainstorms starting around March 18, mudslides occurred near Alder Creek, south of Lucia at Dani Creek and Pitkins Curve/Rain Rocks and near Rocky Creek. The […]