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Point Reyes is a few miles north of San Francisco and offers a number of great hiking options. There are short hikes to the beach from several entrances, as well as longer backpacking options. There are many campsites near the beaches with water and facilities. The lighthouse on the point is also a major tourist attraction, as are the wildflowers in the spring.

I really like this trail. It's almost 5 miles one one but totally worth it! The last time I hiked it it was December 3rd and the weather was very nice. We started around 10:30 and we were able to get back around 3pm and this is with our pictures stops and lunch nap. The view of the ocean is amazing! Totally worth it!

Always a fun walk- be prepared for lots of wind!

Long flat walk to pretty spot on the beach.

Amazing views, nice terrain, well marked trail

Beautiful trail, modest elevation, mostly shaded. Waterfalls, streams, and a beautiful ocean view at the end. Go to the bathroom at the visitor center at the beginning of the trail because the flushless toilets are pretty gross. Arch Rock has collapsed so let's start a contest to rename the trail.

on Earthquake Trail

walking
23 days ago

A great easy little loop trail for the whole family. It's beautiful and educational. My daughter loved seeing all the deer.

great walk amazing views

this hike has the worst people on it, because it's not wilderness lovers seeking solitude, it's bored rich kids who want a selfie by the falls. expect to encounter hundreds of pieces of toilet paper, the odor of an outhouse miles into the hike from all the human droppings, expect to see hordes of people on most days, they play music on little boxes for everyone else to "enjoy" and the erosion is really sad. if you do go don't go down the cliffs, continue on the trail and walk down the beach to the falls. pretty soon the park service will have to do something to protect this trail

Well maintained trail with views of Marshall along the trail, mouth of Drakes Bay and the ocean at the end. Go off the trail to the south at the end to see the best view, with a bench and picnic table.

I loved the hike. The walk on the beach to the falls was quite and the waves were beautiful. I didn't enjoy the climb up the falls. But once I got up there it wasn't to bad. A little scary though.

This was an amazing trail. Kinda hard to find the waterfalls at first but you'll find them there's rocks in the shape of arrows lol

The trail to Arch rock is indefinitely closed so that was a big disappointment but it appears you may be able to walk along the beach and see the area. I didn't get a chance to try this because I didn't know the tide schedule. Overall, the views of the coastal cliffs and Drakes Bay were a highlight.

been here at least six times, always enjoy it, it's never been the same experience, very popular destination