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Best trails in Point Reyes Station

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Looking for a great trail near Point Reyes Station, California? AllTrails has 53 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Mount Tamalpais State Park or Sonoma Coast State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Mount Sutro Open Space Reserve or Blithedale Summit Open Space Preserve. Ready for some activity? There are 30 moderate trails in Point Reyes Station ranging from 4.1 to 16.6 miles and from 36 to 1,683 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Map of trails in Point Reyes Station
Top trails (53)
#1 - Bolinas Ridge Trail
Golden Gate National Recreation Area
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Length: 11 mi • Est. 5 h 40 m
Hike The Bolinas ridge form Olema to Bolinas Lagoon. The Trail Parallels Olema Creek and the San Andreas Fault. Excellent Birding opportunities are along the way.Show more
#2 - Pioneer Tree Trail
Samuel P. Taylor State Park
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Length: 2.1 mi • Est. 59 m
Less than an hour's drive north from San Francisco, the 2,882 acres of Samuel P. Taylor State Park is within easy driving distance of some of northern California's most dramatic outdoor scenery. The park features a unique contrast of coastal redwood groves and open grassland. The park also features a variety of flowers and trees, including oak, tanoak, madrone, live oak, laurel and Douglas fir. California native wildflowers include buttercups, milkmaids, and Indian paintbrush. The most common animal in the park is the black-tailed deer. There are also raccoons, striped skunks and gray foxes. Silver salmon and steelhead trout migrate up Papermill Creek to spawn.Show more
#3 - Alamere Falls via Olema Valley, Bolema, Lake Ranch, Coast Trail
Point Reyes National Seashore
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Length: 14.6 mi • Est. 6 h 53 m
A gorgeous trail, passing different sceneries on the way to the Alamere Falls. Combination of Lakes, forest style trail, waterfall and ocean. The elevation gain is gradual and not so bad. At the end of trail, the path to the ocean is rocky and dangerous, so you have to use your hands and sometimes move forward seated. Show more
#4 - Tomales Bay Trail
Martinelli Ranch
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Length: 2.5 mi • Est. 1 h 11 m
This is an easy scenic walk with plenty parking. Pretty vistas of the bay and fields throguhout. Lots of Holsteins grazing on lush green grass with big boulders nestled among them. Go all the way to the Bay and it gets real marshy, especially in winter time. The hills are quite enchanting and visitors can enjoy wildflowers in spring. The trail is right on the San Andreas Fault. The fault is the reason why the Tomales Bay exists and is the shape that it is. Over thousands of years a part of the fault filled with sea water creating the Tomales Bay in Northern California.Show more
#5 - Cross Marin Trail to Kent Lake
Samuel P. Taylor State Park
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Length: 9.5 mi • Est. 4 h 43 m
The paved Cross Marin Trail bike path runs about three miles through the park, beginning near the entrance of the park. The trail is nearly level and follows the old Northern Pacific Coast Railroad right-of-way through Samuel P. Taylor and into the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.Show more
#6 - Inverness, Bucklin, Bayview Loop
Point Reyes National Seashore
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Length: 8 mi • Est. 4 h 19 m
#7 - Randall Trail
Golden Gate National Recreation Area
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Length: 4.3 mi • Est. 2 h 26 m
The Randall Trail climbs up to Bolinas Ridge for stunning views of the Bolinas Lagoon. Although steep in sections, the views from this hike are amazing Start at Shoreline HwyShow more
#8 - Ox Trail
Samuel P. Taylor State Park
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Length: 1.3 mi • Est. 38 m
The Ox Trail follows Lagunits Creek, and traverses towards the Redwood Grove Picnic Area, and also Wildcat Canyon.Show more
#9 - Bear Valley Trail To Coastal Trail [CLOSED]
Point Reyes National Seashore
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Length: 10 mi • Est. 4 h 7 m
Note: Due to the Woodward wildfire that started on Monday, August 17, all trails west of Bear Valley Trail and south & east of Limantour Road are closed to all entry until further notice. Bear Creek trail and Coastal trail combined. The trail is well marked and easily navigated. The trail is heavily used and has many alternative routes. It can be damp and muddy in the winter. Great for mountain biking. Relatively flat. Well marked trails with trail heads and milage on signs. Busy on the weekend. Light during the week. Pack a lunch and water.Show more
#10 - Millerton Point Trail
Tomales Bay State Park
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Length: 1.2 mi • Est. 31 m
Easy walk with accessible and non accessible routes. Beach access and more elevated views of the bay make it very scenic. Trails are well maintained but paths to the beach less so. There are two spots with a bench, but no picnic tables. Trail itself is gravel and does not require hiking shoes. Parking lot is spacious and there is a single occupancy bathroom (no sink).Show more
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