A massive landslide has buried a quarter-mile of the PCH in scenic Big Sur — near Mud (pun NOT intended) Creek.
Smaller landslides had been occurring in the area since January, but this is some next level shit.
On Saturday, over 1 million tons of rock and dirt slid onto the Pacific Coast Highway, creating a 35-40 feet deep layer of dirt for about 1,500 feet.
A result of one the wettest winters on record in California, this scenic section of State Route 1 could stay closed for a year.
Thankfully, no one was hurt.