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  • Point Reyes Station, California

    Point Reyes Station, California is a great destination for outdoor adventurers. It provides a variety of activities and attractions for visitors to explore and enjoy. From scenic trails to must-visit attractions, there is something for everyone. For a unique outdoor experience, visitors can explore the top trails in the area. These trails offer stunning views of the surrounding landscape and wildlife. For a more leisurely experience, visitors can explore the local attractions, such as the Point Reyes National Seashore, the Point Reyes Lighthouse, and the Point Reyes Station Historic District. There are also plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy, such as biking, kayaking, and fishing. No matter what type of outdoor activity you are looking for, Point Reyes Station has something for you.

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    • Mill Valley, California

      Hill 88 Loop

      4.0
      5.5 mi / 1086 ft gain
      This quick, yet challenging trail run is located just minutes north of the Golden Gate Bridge. Grab your dog (on-leash), park in the large lot next to Rodeo Beach and hit the trail! The climb starts up the Coastal Trail to the right end of the parking lot if you're staring at the beach. Take the...
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    • Mill Valley, California

      Coastal Trail from Rodeo Beach to Muir Beach

      11.35 mi / 3264 ft gain
      This hike has beautiful views in the Marin Headlands. You'll find easy parking in the Rodeo Beach Parking lot if you get there early (by 8:30 am). This hike goes along the Coastal Trail which has a few steep areas as you make your way to Tennessee Beach. The Tennessee Beach has gorgeous dark b...
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    • Mill Valley, California

      Miwok, Marincello and Bobcat Trail

      8.17 mi / 1391 ft gain
      Miwok, Marincello and Bobcat Trail is a loop trail that takes you by a river located near Sausalito, California.
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    • Mill Valley, California

      Rodeo Cove to Point Bonita Lighthouse

      5.0
      3.64 mi / 568 ft gain
      If you're looking for a little hike and a lot of beach, you'll find your ideal combo at Rodeo Beach and Point Bonita Lighthouse. Park at the Marin Headlands Visitor Center at the head of the 0.8 mile trail to the beach. From the lighthouse to the beach, it will be another 1.5-2 miles there and ba...
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    • Mill Valley, California

      Explore WWII Ruins on Point Bonita

      4.3
      0.25 mi / 200 ft gain
      All throughout the Marin Headlands are WWII-era bunkers, batteries and ruins, including a complex on the hillside above the Point Bonita Lighthouse that provide amazing views of San Francisco, the Golden Gate, and the north coast.Drive out to the parking lot for the Point Bonita Lighthouse in the...
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    • Sebastopol, California

      Ives Park

      4.0
      Ives Park is the oldest park in Sebastopol, California, and is located only 2 blocks from downtown Sebastopol. The park has many picnic tables with barbecues, a baseball diamond, a playground, and a community pool. Amenities: Parking for the park is on the street surrounding the park. There is ...
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    • Sebastopol, California

      Ragle Ranch Extended Loop

      5.0
      1.86 mi / 82 ft gain
      Ragle Ranch Extended Loop is a loop trail where you may see local wildlife located near Sebastopol, California
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    • Sebastopol, California

      Thistle - Creek Loop

      5.0
      1.45 mi / 69 ft gain
      The Thistle - Creek Loop is a loop trail at Ragle Ranch. This trail is used for hiking and running and offers some cover/shade as well as great views of foliage especially in the fall months. This trail is located near Sebastopol, California. 
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    • Sausalito, California

      Black Sands Beach

      5.0
      0.54 mi / 285 ft gain
      Black Sand Beach is a beautiful, mile-long stretch of black sand just north of the Golden Gate Bridge. On a sunny day, it’s best to try and arrive in the morning, as the parking lot can fill up quickly. To get down to the beach, you’ll need to hike for about 5 minutes down 250 or so wooden steps....
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    • Bodega Bay, California

      Camp at Bodega Dunes Campground

      These kind of getaways shouldn't be planned many weeks before the trip. So we didn't booked a campground. And from this experience we learn that you don't have to reserve a campground. Just go there - don't panic when you see campground is full sign in the entrance. There are always available spo...
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    • Sebastopol, California

      Laguna de Santa Rosa Loop Trail

      4.0
      3.95 mi / 115 ft gain
      Laguna de Santa Rosa Loop Trail is a loop trail that takes you by a lake located near Sebastopol, California.
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    • Richmond, California

      Picnic at Point Molate Beach Park

      The beach park is very small but has sand along the shore for water access. Along the small cliffs of the beach there are picnic tables and grills for a nice cookout and family picnic. This beach would also be a great place for kayaking or standup paddle boarding as it is fairly secluded and away...
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    • Sausalito, California

      Catch the Sunset at Swedes Beach

      This is a small tucked away beach in Sausalito, CA.  Being in the bay, it has very calm waters and is easy to swim in, though the water will be very cold.  There are pilings in the water that are remnants of the old piers.  It is a great beach to watch the sunset at. There is very limited street...
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    • Sausalito, California

      Slacker Hill

      5.0
      1.02 mi / 344 ft gain
      Although the Headlands can be crowded, particularly at the parking-lot chaos of the Vista Point and pull-offs along Conzelman Road, the three routes leading to the summit of Slacker Hill remain relatively quiet, even during busy weekends. Each can be tied into larger loops throughout the Headland...
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    • Sausalito, California

      Ninja Loop

      9.37 mi / 1831 ft gain
      This loop can start from several different locations, including Rodeo Beach and the Golden Gate Bridge parking lot. Starting from the GGB will add 2 more miles onto this run. I like to start at the Coastal Trailhead parking lot off of McCullough and Conzelman Roads (just a notch down from Hawk Hi...
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