For me, Point Reyes is the equivalent of my favorite neighborhood restaurant. It has the traditional standouts that I know will be satisfying, but if I talk to the chef a bit, or wander around on the menu, it’s usually a happy outcome as well. I go there every few months and decide at the time whether to take a familiar path or try something new.
Last weekend at Point Reyes National Seashore, with the weather forecast iffy, I had the chance to take a different route. The path was to leave from the Bear Valley Visitor Center and ascend up the Horse Trail. From there, the hike would connect to the Sky Trail and spill out at Sky Camp, a good resting spot
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about three miles into the hike. Next, the hike would wind down to Kelham Beach,
one of the dozen beaches up and down the shoreline. But it’s a secluded beach given that the best route to it is by foot, not car.
The beach is gorgeous and features a waterfall that drops down the cliffside as well as some nice rock alcoves in the cliffs and about a mile-long stretch of sand. In the summer, it’s a popular swimming spot but late September is a bit late for that.
After the beach, the hike continued south toward Arch Rock, and then back on the Bear Valley Trail. Some of the 13-plus-mile hike was familiar to me, some was new territory.
As for the weather, I’m always prepared for all seasons when traipsing around Point Reyes, and this hike lived up to that, with a medley of sun, rain, fog and clouds dancing overhead throughout the day. The terrific coastal views that really make a Point Reyes hike special were hit or miss, due to the fog, but the weather had the effect of creating a rainforest-like experience for the long, inland covered stretches through the trees.
My Point Reyes favorite path remains the trek to Alamere Falls, which I like to do by taking the Ridge Trail from the Palomarin trailhead and then down to Wildcat Camp and hiking along the sand to the falls. But that’s my favorite. What’s yours?