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San Jose, California
January 15th, 2011
Pt. Reyes National Seashore
Marin County
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Pt. Reyes National Seashore
Bayview trailhead to Limantour Beach
January 15th, 2011
10:00 AM

The Place

Mount Diablo

The Point Reyes Peninsula has an extremely rich biological diversity. Everything from Tule Elk to Elephant Seals and over 490 bird species can be found here due to the variety of habitat and uniqueness of the geology.

View of the Trail Along Ridge

Walking the Walk

Trail:  We start through a forest of Bishop Pine and Douglas fir down the Bayview Trail to the Laguna Trail. When we reach the hostel we cut across to the Coast Trail hiking through coastal scrub and prairie on the way to Drake’s Bay. We will have our meeting on Limantour Beach. Afterwards we continue on Coast trail to Fire Lane Trail & up to Sky Trail. From the Sky Trailhead we follow Bayview Trail back to the start.

Level: 3.5 - Miles: 10.5 - Elevation change: 1,200 ft - Host: Troy & Amy H.

View of Trail

Directions:

From San Jose:Take 880 north to 580 West. Cross the Richmond/San Rafael Bridge and continue onto 101 north. Take the Central San Rafael exit and stay in the left lane. Turn left on 3rd St., which becomes 4th St. and then becomes Red Hill Rd. In San Anselmo bear right onto Sir Francis Drake Blvd. towards Fairfax. Follow Sir Francis Drake Blvd. for 16 miles and in Olema turn right on Hwy 1. Take the first left on Bear Valley Rd. Go 1.8 miles, passing the Visitor Center, and turn left on Limantour Rd.  Follow Limantour Rd. to the Bay View Trailhead on the right side.

Travel time from San Jose: 2 hours. 15 minutes.

View of Ridge Across Ravine

Know Before You Go:

No Parking Fee
No Dogs Allowed
Dress appropriately, Layers are suggested
No restrooms at trailhead, restrooms at the Visitor Center on Bear Valley Road

Website Trail Map:    Click Here


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