Dates of Operation
Saturday July 1st until the Pfeiffer Canyon Bridge Re-opens
Shuttle operates 7 Days per week
First Shuttle from Andrew Molera, aka, the North Side, leaves at 12 noon, and the second leaves at 12:20, leaving passengers with 20 minutes wait time
First Shuttle From The Big Sur Tap House, aka, the South Side, leaves at 10:00 am
Last Shuttle from Andrew Molera going south is at 4pm.
Last Shuttle from the Big Sur Tap House going south is 6:30pm
Last Shuttle from the Nepenthe, North to the Big Sur Tap House is at 7pm
Last Shuttle from Pfeiffer State Park Camp Store to Molera 7:40 pm
ALL SHUTTLE STOP RUNNING AT 8pm
Once on the South side you can get to/from Henry Miller Library by request. Just ask you driver to drop you down the road from Nepenthe. The Henry Miller Library is a quarter mile south of Nepenthe and open Thursday through Sunday from 11 AM to 6 PM. More information on the HML can be found here and here.
Cost of Service
$10.00 to park at Andrew Molera State Park, or Pfeiffer State Park. (Parking ticker works for both locations)
$5.00 per person to ride the Shuttle. You can purchase ticket at Andrew Molera, or from the South Side driver.
CASH ONLY- You can Purchase Tickets with your Credit/Debit Card at the Phoenix Gift Shop at Nepenthe.
Children 12 and under are free.
Each Shuttle ticket is valid for one person for one day.
Tickets are good for round trip
The parking lot for the Big Sur Shuttle Survice is 23.3 miles south of Carmel at Andrew Molera State Park. The North Shuttle will take passengers through the Big Sur Valley to the Pfeiffer State Park Camp Store.
The Big Sur Tap house is just down the road from where the Community By Pass Trail pops up on the South Side.
This is a unique time in Big Sur's history and as such, Sur Transportation is using it as an opportunity to educate is Passengers on Local Big Sur residences culture and values and how to Tread Lightly while visiting the area.
The Survice Shuttle will offer a Passbook which will offer Trail Information, a Locals Story, Maps and guidelines on treading lightly not just for the day, for for future trips to the area.
Passengers will also be reminded of the Passbooks messages, by reading carefully placed signage throughout the Big Sur Shuttle Survice area.
Finally, what form of communication has been passed on for centuries due to its effectiveness and personal touch?
Drivers of the Big Sur Shuttle Survice will each be sharing their own personal perspectives and stories that will personalize the education and lessons that are so crucial to the future survival of Big Sur.