-Tomales Point Trail - Hiking the Coast!-
Tomales Point is an open trail through the Tule Elk Reserve. It offers spectacular views of Tomales Bay, Bodega Bay, and the Pacific Ocean. It is also a prime wildlife viewing trail, as it is remote and the tule elk are enclosed in this reserve. The trail gently meanders over rolling hills for its entirety, with no shortage of views overlooking endless ocean, precipitous coastal cliffs, and what feels like a bird’s eye view over a unique geography.
Tomales Point Trail is a 9.5 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Inverness, California that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Horses are also able to use this trail.
Hike is approx 9.5 miles with an 1259 ft elevation gain.
Meetup time is 7:00 am. Depart by 7:15 am
Meet at Tomales Point Trailhead by 9:45 am.
Start hiking at 10:00 am at Pierce Point Rd Inverness, CA 94937.
Link to GPS coordinates:
Parking is free at Pierce Point Ranch, at the end of Pierce Point Road. No dogs or bikes on the trail.
After the hike has concluded, we can find a spot nearby to grab some food before heading back
REMEMBER TO BRING:
• $20 for gas for the driver (if you're carpooling; Exact change is appreciated)
• Comfortable shoes
• Weather can be unpredictable, so have layers that you can shed. Light weight pants are recommended.
• Plenty of water
More information about the hike can be found here: https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/california/tomales-point-trail