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5 days ago

This was a good hike. My friend and i hiked 14.5 miles not the 12 miles. The hike to the waterfall is really nice. I would definitely go again.

04.30.17 Sunday hike!!! Everyone had the same idea today so we were turned away at Alamere Falls for traffic control, but there's another entrance! Enter at Five Brooks, hike about 6 miles (careful there are horses on this trail. It's a road less traveled -only passed one person on the way and 2 groups on horseback). Recommended on a day when it hasn't been raining. The trail had muddy parts even though we had summer weather all week. You'll get to Wildcat campground which has an entrance to a beach. Hike 2 more miles to the left along the beach and you'll reach the base of Alamere falls! If you're taking this way, we highly recommend you bring snacks/food, water (reserve water for the hike back), travel very light and most importantly- wear hiking shoes. Our legs and bodies ached especially on the incline back, but the hiking shoes proved to be well worth the money. Total time 6 hours. This trail was hard for us. We're fit/healthy, but we don't workout or hike. Not 5 stars because there wasn't much to look at during the hike. Good luck!

Gorgeous green hills with plenty of space to roam, though it can get very muddy after rain.

Nice hike with some great view points. Saw some whales when walking on the beach. Don't forget to wear pants that you can roll up, there are few spots with a lot of poison ivy.