Welcome to Monterey-Salinas Highway, or Highway 68 Corridor
The Monterey-Salinas Highway, also known as the Highway 68 Corridor, has been used to travel between the Salinas Valley and the Monterey Peninsula since the Spanish Colonial era when it was part of the DeAnza Mission Trail. Highway 68 has been designated as a California State Scenic Highway.
The corridor begins at Scenic California Highway One in Monterey and traverses 17 miles of lush greenbelt until reaching it's end at S. Main Street in Salinas. Along it's route, the Monterey-Salinas Highway passes many desirable developments, such as Bay Ridge, Corral de Tierra, Halycon Heights, Hidden Hills, Laureles Grade, Laguna Seca, Markham Ranch, Monterra, Pasadera, Ryan Ranch, San Benancio, Spreckels, Tehama, Toro Park, York Heights.