Point Reyes National Seashore: Tomales Point Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"Hiking Tomales Point is invigorating and mysterious. Though hikers are sometimes unsatisfied going back and forth on a single trail, the crashing of the Pacific against the shore and the majestic rocky sculptures and sea cliffs at the point offer a contemplative view that’s worth revisiting. Add to that the stark beauty of the coastal bluffs, often appearing and disappearing in sheets of wispy fog, the whitewashed buildings of Pierce Point Ranch, isolated and haunting on the green hills, and springtime wildflowers, and you’ve got a trail worth visiting again and again. Trails Surface: Double-track dirt trail that rises and falls moderately through grassland and scrub. A single-track dirt trail (1.6 miles) leads to the point."