Tomales Point – Tule Elk Reserve – Point Reyes Wrap Up

Posted on 18 April 2010

What a magnificent day to hike this trail. Tomales Point is a Tule Elk Reserve and there are numerous herds of Elk that meander and graze throughout the hike. This is one of the longer hikes. The distance is just under ten miles with approximately 1300′ of elevation changes. The trail is flanked by the Pacific Ocean to the west and Tomales Bay to the east. The hike to the point is where the two meet and it is stunning.

Springtime on this hike is glorious. Wildflowers and wildlife abound. We were fortunate to see all of nature’s beauty on display. This is an in and out hike, so if you just want to build stamina, you can travel as far as you are comfortable, then turn around; however, making it out to the actual point is worth the effort and tired feet.

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