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November 16, 2013

Pt. Reyes National Seashore ,
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Pt. Reyes National Seashore

November 16, 2013
10:00 AM







The Place

Point Reyes National Seashore

Arch Rock via Mt. Wittenberg

This hike at Point Reyes is nature at its best with long creeks with many twists and turns through a Douglas fir forest where it ends with an ocean view at Arch Rock. The Sky Trail down from Mt. Wittenberg offers both single track and wide trails, many varieties wild flowers, butterflies, birds, tree line views, and other beautiful sites.

Summit Trail

Walking the Walk

We will start our hike from the Bear Valley Visitor Center. Well follow the Bear Valley trail to Mt. Wittenberg Trail. Well follow Sky Trial to Arch Rock. Just before we arrive at Arch Rock will go up the hill to the right and have our meeting. After the meeting we will continue to the Arch Rock where there are high views of the ocean. If you are adventurous you can follow the trail to the left down to the creek that flows into the ocean.

Elevation PtR_ofile

Level: 4 - Miles: 12 - Elevation change: 1998' - Host: Mitch

Bear Creek Trail

Directions:

Directions: From San Jose heads towards San Francisco. From SF go north on U.S. Highway 101 and cross the Golden Gate Bridge, follow 101 about 9 miles north of the Golden Gate Bridge to the Sir Francis Drake San Anslemo exit 450B. Make sure you are in the land for San Anselmo (the second lane from the right) and exit onto Sir Francis Drake Blvd heading west. Follow Sir Francis west approximately 21 miles passing through San Anselmo, Fairfax, and Samuel P. Taylor Park until Sir Francis Drake Blvd intersects with Highway 1 at Olema. Turn right on Highway 1 and proceed north about 100 yards. Take the first left at Bear Valley Road just pass the red barn (there will be a Visitor Center sign) and proceed up the left-fork of the driveway to the Bear Valley Visitor Center. Park in the left parking lot towards the far end of the lot towards the trailhead. Drive time: 1 hr. and 45 Minutes - Parking Free - Dogs Not Allowed

Path Through The Redwoods


Know Before You Go:

Dress appropriately: light weight long sleeve shirts and long pants are highly suggested due to high grasses, Poison Oak, the Stinging Nettle plant, and Deer Ticks. The location can be sunny and/or foggy. You never know. Bring sun block, food, and plenty of water. There are bathrooms in the parking area and another bathroom about two miles up the trail.


Standard trail hazards: poison oak, etc.

Peters Creek Grove



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