Point Reyes National Seashore

Point Reyes National Seashore

Trails in Point Reyes

Mt. Wittenberg and Sky Camp From Limantour Road

(6.9 km / 4.3 mi.) An easier access to the highest point on the Point Reyes Peninsula with 225 meter (750 feet) elevation gain. Climb the Sky Trail with views of the ocean and continue through meadows and woods to the Horse Trail. Follow the Horse Trail to Z Ranch ...

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Mt. Wittenberg Loop

(approx. 8 km / 5 mi.) A steep 400 meter (1300 feet) climb to the highest point in the park (426 m / 1407 ft), with views of the Seashore and Olema Valley. The loop passes through a mixed Douglas fir and oak forest and several open meadows. Start at ...

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Muddy Hollow Trail

Beginning Elevation: 170 Feet (53.0 Meters) Difficulty: Easy Elevation Gain: 151 Feet (47.1 Meters) Ending Elevation: 19 Feet (5.9 Meters) Limantour Beach Length, One-way: 1.8 Miles (3.0 Kilometers) Muddy Hollow Trail leads 1.8 miles from the trailhead to Limantour Beach. This route is an easy stroll through riparian woods, consisting of willow and ...

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Pierce Point Ranch

Established in 1858, the renovated Pierce Point Ranch is one of the oldest ranches on the Point Reyes Peninsula and was one of the most successful dairy ranches of its time. It is representative of the agricultural heritage of this area. A short, self-guided path guides visitors through the ...

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Sky - Bear Valley Loop

(17 km / 10.5 mi.) A nice varied hike, through mixed Douglas fir forest, meadows and chaparral and also open grass with coastal views and beach access. Begin by climbing the Mt. Wittenberg Trail (400 m / 1300 ft. elevation in 2.9 km / 1.8 mi.) and then continue through ...

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Tomales Point Trail

(15 km / 9.5 mi.) This open trail through the Tule Elk Reserve offers spectacular views of Tomales Bay, Bodega Bay, and the Pacific Ocean. It is also a prime wildlife viewing trail, as it is remote and the tule elk are enclosed in this reserve. The first 5 kilometers ...

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Woodpecker Trail

(1.1 km / 0.7 mi.) This loop trail explores the beautiful local forest and meadow ecosystems of Bear Valley, with interpretive signs describing some plants and animals you may see. This trail begins at the Bear Valley Trailhead, at the south end of the Bear Valley Parking Lot. Directions Directions from Highway ...

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Woodward Valley Loop

(approx. 21 km / 13 mi.) This trail includes beautiful forest and spectacular coastal hiking. Begin at the Bear Valley Trailhead, climbing either Mt. Wittenberg or Meadow Trail to Sky Trail. Continue to Woodward Valley, one of the lushest, greenest trails in the park. Follow this all the way down ...

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