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Alamere Falls

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These dramatic falls drop 40 feet over a low cliff onto the beach below. Depending on the season of the year, the falls could be 15 to 25 feet wide at the base. Fed by Alamere Creek, the waterfall is active all year.

One mile south of Widcat Beach, the falls is a popular place for hikers traveling from Palomarin Trailhead (6 miles) out of Bolinas or 7 miles from the Bear Valley Trailhead.

Recreational Opportunities

The falls are quite photogenic, especially after a heavy rain, or during the late afternoon with the sun breaking through a broken cloudy sky.

Camping at Wildcat Camp, hiking, picknicking and just appreciating the power of the falls.

 

Seasons Accessible

Accessible all year round, but particularly impressive during the rainey season.

Fees: No Fees

For More Information, Contact:

Pt. Reyes National Seashore

www.nps.gov/pore
1 Bear Valley Rd, Pt. Reyes Station, CA 94956
415-464-5100 · fax 415-464-8132

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Longitude: -122.783449900
Latitude: 37.953690000
Elevation: 42 FT (13 M)
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