Point Reyes National Seashore is a beautiful section of the California coast that is home to over 1,500 different species of plants and animals. With an abundance of wildlife and a wide variety of terrain, it's definitely a spot to visit. You can read more about Point Reyes Seashore on the National Park Service website, nps.gov.
A hiking trip to Point Reyes had to include a stop at Alamere Falls. Alamere Falls is a rare 40' waterfall, or "tidefall", that falls directly into the Pacific ocean, and is tucked away along the southern portion of the seashore. A great spot to watch a sunset! We spotted more whales on this trip, both humpback and orca in migration, so I think I can officially cross that off the bucket list. Camping on the coast is definitely a favorite spot. There is not much that can compare to falling asleep, or waking up, to the sound of crashing waves. Here are a few snaps from 2 days on the Point Reyes coast - hope you enjoy!