Is it still open? Planning to go in two days

Is this still open? Pls let me know

Great trail. Easy to miss the path heading to the falls but it’s usually marked with an arrow. Worth the trip

This is one of my favorite trails, but right now is not the best time to go. The road is closed about 1.5 miles before the trailhead, and the section of the trail where you turn for the falls is heavily overgrown with poison oak. We went through it and enjoyed a great solo day on the beach but are now paying the price with poison oak rashes.

Very hard hike! We felt it the next day. But it was so memorable. Everything was so picturesque! BEAUTIFUL! We took my 6 year old. He made it there, but struggled back to the car. I wouldn't reccomend for young children. This trail took us about 5 hours from parking lot to the falls and back. Be sure to take a warm jacket it gets really cold once you get to the Fall. Have fun!

Went there yesterday and it’s closed

Hey! For anyone who is trying to figure out if this hike/trailhead is still open/accessible. Today (5/11/20) I made the drive out to this trailhead and had to turn around (literally a few minutes from the trailhead) due to the road being closed and blocked off to the trailhead. Also all the streets have no parking signs and there are also signs posted by the residents that are not welcoming to strangers during the shelter in place. I have hiked this trail before and remember if being amazing. I guess we will have to try again when the shelter in place is over. Good luck!

Been here 2 times, and would do ot again! Great hike with an AMAZING reward at the end. Fantastic views, Coyote sighting, Deer and all types of bugs. Go very early in the morning, because it get crowded later in the day.

Kooks go home

This hike is so worth it! I love it! I’ve hiked this like four times! Waterfall by the beach! Who wouldn’t want to see that! It’s beautiful! Going down to see the waterfalls is kind of scary. Just be really careful going down and up the mountain. But it’s so worth it!! Relax and enjoy it!! :)

Did this hike a few years back with my wife and friends. Awesome hike and beautiful waterfall check photo out. It is a LONG! hike and feet did hurt a little once finished lol. but definitely worth it.

I do not remember this being 13 miles but we did go all the way down to the bottom of the waterfall. It's super cool. We almost got lost a few times and it is scary scrambling down the rocks to the bottom. Thin , slippery slate rocks for like 10 or 20 minutes. I would never take my kids to the bottom of falls. Ready to go back!!

Get ready for a long all day hike! Well worth it for the waterfalls

In agreement with what Nick, the last review, is saying. Went there today and the road was closed. There was a park ranger or some sort of park authority who made us turn back. We tried two additional hikes in Marin which were the same.

This trail IS closed due to COVID, and has been for weeks. As of today (a Saturday) they are ticketing and towing people at the lot 2.5 miles before the trailhead.

This hike is one for the books! I suggest not taking the short cut for your time because you will miss out on some breathtaking views! Taking the short cut back was what we did and it was perfect. Pack enough water and take food! There is a bathroom at the horsecamp at the beach.

Trail is NOT closed due to covid, just the road past 298 Mesa Rd. There is a parking lot before the gate, and if you park there and walk, it adds an extra 2.5 miles (5 round trip). Bicycles not permitted on the trail, but locals seem to be riding their bikes to the trail, and then riding them on the trail, so you should feel empowered to do so if you wish.

With May and Amalie. 3 perch for ceviche! Amazing weather. Whales, deer, fox, coyote. No crowds due to Corona Virus.

Beautiful views on the coast side, we actually completed the trail backwards to avoid the climb. Camped at glen camp site #5, site #5 was nice. Slightly up and above the rest of the camp. Day 2 was a lot of downhill (that’s why we did the trail backwards) beautiful lush green forests with lakes and swamp periodically. The worst part was after wildcat camp the climb up the main road (Aprox 1 mile). We seen a lot of people going to a waterfall, I regret not detouring off the trail to see the waterfall. We were told it was aprox half mile off the trail to the waterfall

Windy day but stunning weather. Beautiful hike even if you don’t make it down the shale rock face to the beach.

Great trail! Went right after a week of rain so some parts of the trail were muddy or washed out. The trail to the waterfall was hard to see so I went up about another mile up a hill but the view from the top of that hill made it 1000% worth it. Would definitely recommend. Hit the waterfall on my way back and it was okay but more of a tourist thing than anything else. I thought the view from the hill was better and it has a bench where I ate lunch. Will be back again soon.

Every part is so beautiful, many different types of trees and flowers and a stunning view of the coast most of the trail. No place to hang at the lake but there are plenty of places along the coast to kick back and have a bite!

A fun hike with lots of people despite a long drive into Point Reyes and a pretty long walk to the falls. The shortcut was great, but (like others mentioned) it was not well marked. For us, we found that someone had laid some tree branches down to point it out. It was just beyond Pelican Lake. It was definitely dangerous going down the rocks to get to there beach if you take the shortcut, so go very slowly.

Beautiful hike. Check the tides before you go. I got there at sunrise on Presidents’ Day and had no problem finding a great parking spot. Watch out for the newts if you get there that early. They were still out and I almost stepped on a few.

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