## How many minutes is a 16 mile drive?

In plain English, It would take you 38 minutes and 24 seconds at 25 miles an hour to drive 16 miles.

## How long is a 15 mile drive?

0.43 hours or approximately 26 minutes.

## How long does it take to drive 16 miles at 55 mph?

The simple math answer says one hour and eight minutes.

## How long does it take to drive 17 miles?

Frequently Asked Questions. How long does 17-Mile Drive take? Allow about three hours to explore 17-Mile Drive, especially if you stop to take photographs or eat along the way.

## How long is a 14 mile drive?

At 60mph you travel at 1 mile per minute. So to drive 14 miles will take 14 × 1 = 14 minutes.

## How long does 12 miles take to drive?

Therefore, if you travel 1 mile, it is going to take 60/40=1.5 minutes. Travel 12 miles will be 12*1.5=18 minutes.

## Is the 17-Mile Drive scary?

The drive, itself, isn’t really all that scary, unless you have a fear of heights. Then parts of that drive might make you feel uncomfortable. Personally, it’s one of my all time favorite drives and I was the Nervous Nellie in the car as a child. The views are worth the effort…..

## How long does it take to walk 17 miles?

Here are some figures for different walking paces:
Miles Relaxed Pace Normal Pace
15 miles 5 hrs 3 hrs, 45 mins
16 miles 5 hrs, 20 mins 4 hrs
17 miles 5 hrs, 40 mins 4 hrs, 15 mins
18 miles 6 hrs 4 hrs, 30 mins
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## Where does 17-Mile Drive begin and end?

Most start the drive on the Monterrey side and end in Carmel I believe. We spent the day in Carmel by the Sea and finished the day with 17 mile drive back toward Monterey since we were staying there.

## Is the drive to Big Sur scary?

California Highway 1 in the Big Sur region is one of the state’s most dangerous highways, even in good weather. It is narrow (almost entirely one lane in each direction), and travelers who are driving slowly or have stopped entirely, directly on the highway, to admire the view can pose hazards to other drivers.

## How much does it cost to drive the 17-Mile Drive?

Admission to 17-Mile Drive is \$10.50 per vehicle. The gate fee is reimbursed with a purchase of \$35 or more at all Pebble Beach Resorts restaurants.

## What is special about Big Sur?

Big Sur has been called the “longest and most scenic stretch of undeveloped coastline in the contiguous United States“, a sublime “national treasure that demands extraordinary procedures to protect it from development”, and “one of the most beautiful coastlines anywhere in the world, an isolated stretch of road, mythic …

## Is the PCH safe?

Visitors flock from all over the country and from beyond our nation’s borders to see the view from the PCH. However, in poor conditions it can be among the most dangerous roads in California, including where it passes through Santa Barbara.

## Is driving on Highway 1 hard?

The main reason to go in the offseason is probably obvious, but let me be clear: driving this road with heavy traffic would make it that much more challenging. The distance from Cambria to Big Sur is only 60 miles but it takes at least two hours depending on how many stops you make.

## Do people live in Big Sur CA?

Somewhere between the plunging cliffs, crashing surf, and towering redwoods, a few hundred people have managed to carve out a permanent home in Big Sur, California. Most of the time, it’s near as you can get to paradise.

## What is Highway 1 called?

Shoreline Highway
North of the Golden Gate Bridge, the official highway name of Highway 1 is Shoreline Highway. It passes along some dramatic coastline, through scenic Marin, Sonoma and Mendocino Counties.

## Does Highway 1 have guardrails?

It’s very intense because there are no guard rails at the edge and there is little room for error if on coming traffic swerves in your direction. Also called Highway 1, it takes about five hours to drive the PCH. … Avoid these times if you want to take a leisurely drive.

## Is driving on PCH scary?

It’s A Long And Winding Road

And it’s also kind of dangerous because while the views get better and better, the road takes sharper and sharper turns with it. So while you’re peaking your head out to gaze at the scenery, you won’t notice your car slowly running off the cliff. Just be careful ya’ll.