Looking for a great trail near Point Reyes Station, California? AllTrails has 50 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 in Fort Funston, we've got you covered. Ready for some activity? There are 27 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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Great hike. Use only the coast trail if you don’t want hills

I recommend getting up to the Coastal Trail at the first low spot where you can get up there. Then at the campground area go back down to the beach. It's such a treat to see the rocky area with all its nooks and crannies filled with water and tide pool life. Since this is a beach that you can only walk on at low tide, may as well enjoy low tide and all its beauty. I took the Coast Trail all the way there, but I found the trail to be not as much fun as the shoreline once you get to the rocky area. I walked the beach all the way back. To cut out some of the tediousness of the sandy only beach walk part I would do the above mentioned Coast Trail section. Best of both worlds. Definitely do this trail at a minus low tide.

hiking
10 days ago

very quiet and pleasant, I liked the single track areas over the fire road, and it was not too hard. Had a cute experience of meeting a friendly rider & horse and she introduced us and wanted me to pet the horse to help him socialize because he was young. He them tried to rub his head on me and it was adorable. They and one chipmonk and a great blue Heron were the only souls I saw in 3 hours. so quiet

Excellent day hike. Nice to stop at Sculptured Beach for lunch and exploring sea caves. We encountered a giant elephant seal there.

Great hike to a beautiful view , could bike.

Vic surprised me and proposed. One of the happiest days. And a good hike.

hiking
14 days ago

Nice and quick little stroll before dinner! Good views of meadows and horses. Probs ideal for kids.

hiking
20 days ago

Great hike with amazing views. Get there a little early it seemed to be getting busy by the time I was finishing up. It does get muddy and I would suggest wearing long pants

One of my all-time favorite hikes/runs. It’s gorgeous wandering through the rainforest here and then coming out onto the expansive coast. It’s also generally not that crowded due to being a longer commitment for most (drive + trail length). My only suggestion is to expect poison oak and wear pants. I wore shorts and all the recent rain meant severely overgrown trails. This was a couple months ago, so maybe it’s been maintained since, but I paid a huge price by not wearing pants.

muddy
21 days ago

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muddy
21 days ago

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flooded
muddy
over grown
22 days ago

Don't make my mistake, which was to head toward the beach before noticing the trailhead marker to my right. The walk on the beach was pretty, and we saw an egret and a heron, but we get a dead end at the estuary and had to turn back. The walk back was trickier in one spot because the tide had come in. Taking the correct trail, which overlooks the beach, would have avoided this.

Paved. Couldn't be easier. Excellent birding; saw orange-crowned warblers and many other varieties.

hiking
24 days ago

Fog hid ocean view at top, but added mystery. Great hike!

hiking
24 days ago

Beautiful short trail. I loved going in the winter it’s like being on another planet.

Great trail! Very good terrain and some great ocean views.

Great trail! It’s light traffic with amazing views. It wasn’t too difficult at all. Plus, it did help that we went on a clear sky day.

hiking
blowdown
29 days ago

free EV charging near the visitor center is a big plus. A handful of blown down trees. Not much in the way of views.

Really well marked trails with some pretty significant ups from the trailhead to Sky Camp and then coming back up Woodward Valley. Stellar views and misty forest walks.

Fairly easy hike but this is not a very well-maintained trail as of summer 2019. Lots of downed trees etc. And there is no view at the top, completely shrouded in trees. So just be aware of that. I think at least five years ago this trail had a beautiful view of the ocean at the top but not anymore.

hiking
1 month ago

Nice mellow trail through the redwoods. Perfect for all levels

My favorite hike in PR

Our kids favorite

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off trail
1 month ago

Last part goes off route with a tree blocking. Take designated trail instead.

Good trail with a mixture of setting, some sections were more enjoyable for me than others. Next time I would consider going clockwise as some of the best sections to me were during the first half.

Great shaded hike

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