Marin Headlands: Miwok Trail to Point Bonita Professional Review and Guide
"The Marin Headlands feature 15 square miles of beaches, marsh, lagoon, grasscovered valleys, and coastal hills with magnificent views. There is a large population of wild animals, including bobcats, mountain lions, and hunting raptors. You’ll see about 150 years of military history, with batteries, bunkers, cannons, and missile launching sites all along the hike, adding an eerie contrast to the natural beauty. The walk also includes a tour of the Point Bonita Lighthouse that takes you through a hand-chiseled tunnel and across a suspension bridge to the dramatic site on a deteriorating cliff. Trails Surface: Double-track and single-track dirt trails; a stretch of walking the beach and a sandy trail along the cliffs; a paved path to the lighthouse and some walking beside the road."