Burma Trail, the biggest section of the trail, was closed. I would have been disoriented had it not been for some good signage on the trails. The only thing than would have made the trail better would be maps at the sign posts, but this app got me through.
Tanja T. on Abalone Cove Trail
Short, easy, pleasant with spectacular views. Dog friendly.
Fred Y. on Abalone Cove Trail
Had a really good time. The parking lot opens at 9am so if ur an early hiker like me, then just park in the nearby neighborhood, though I will warn you, there's signs that say permit parking only. I just didn't care lol but the cove is beautiful. A lot of wildlife and great views. I will definitely go back.
pretty awesome. best time is when it's low tide. once you get to the cove you can cross and get to the other side of the cove where you can jump in and swim under to the other side if you're daring! says no dogs. but I did see one on the beach. it's very lose powder going down the hill to the cove so don't wear anything you want to stay clean. and a good incline back up!
This was a beautiful trail that leads down to the beach and tide pools. We went as the tide was coming in, so we had to time our crossing. The walk down is very steep on a dirt path. The geology was great and we saw many invertebrates in the tide pools.