Beach Waterfall Hike at Alamere Falls

Gorgeous hiking views, beach waterfalls, and amazing oceanic scenes!

Last updated: May 2024
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Itinerary

  1. Arrive at the parking area/beginning of trail
  2. Begin sunny hike along beginning of the trail
  3. Admire the Bass Lake and take a quick lake photo
  4. Continue hiking and listen to the bird's singing
  5. Climb the rock passage and view the wondrous ocean coastline
  6. Look closely. On a clear day, you can see Farallon Island
  7. View the majestic tidefalls; where waterfall and ocean meet.
  8.  Document the serenity and views before you
  9. Marvel at the day as you hike your way back through the magic

Location

 

Pt Reyes National Seashore Mesa Rd Bolinas, CA 94924

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Packing List

  • hiking boots
  • layers of clothing
  • long sleeves and pants (poison oak)
  • water
  • snacks
  • backpack
  • sunblock
  • camera/phone
  • first-aid kit 

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FAQs

Where is it recommended to park to begin the hike? 
The hike to Alamere Falls can be started from the Coast Trail via the Palomarin Trailhead. The parking lot can be accessed at the end of Mesa Road outside of Bolinas.

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