5 Ways to #GetOutThere at Pebble Beach

By Bethany Brown

Eighty-one participants of The First Tee will have the opportunity of a lifetime as they golf alongside Champions Tour professionals in the Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach, all while enjoying the stunning nature of Pebble Beach, Calif. In the days leading up to the Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach, these junior golfers will have the opportunity to explore the rich history and the natural atmosphere of the breathtaking Monterey Peninsula coastline. Along with the world-renowned Pebble Beach Golf Links course, this region of California offers a variety of activities to satisfy any adventurer.

09_27_13_PebbleBeach_312Here are five ways to #getouthere and enjoy the jaw-dropping nature surrounding the Nature Valley First Tee Open at Pebble Beach:

Enjoy the ride. What better way to explore Pebble Beach than to ride deep into the Del Monte Forest or along the coast on horseback? Not only can visitors enjoy various guided trail tours, but the local equestrian center also provides riding lessons for individuals of all levels. 09_27_13_PebbleBeach_479 Dive a little deeper. Journeying beneath the striking coastline opens a view into the stunning marine life in an up close and personal way. Local dive shops provide guided tours and wonderful insight into Monterey’s majestic underwater world. Take a Hike. Miles and miles of nature trails make up a hiker’s paradise. These captivating trails weave hikers through the Del Monte Forest and along the coastline, enabling hikers to experience the wild side of the region. 09_27_13_PebbleBeach_127 Venture into the experience. Kayaking the piercing blue water is the perfect way to enjoy the area from the water. While paddling through this gorgeous bay, kayakers are likely to spot sea otters, harbor seals and sea lions. 09_27_13_PebbleBeach_617 Go with the flow. For the surfers out there, Pebble Beach’s Spanish Bay Beach is known for its year-round great waves. Guests can also enjoy the impromptu art which started in 2008 when visitors to the beach began stacking rocks one on top of the other; other visitors followed suit, and now it can be found all along the beach. 09_27_13_PebbleBeach_131

So get excited, get your camera and #getoutthere!