San Francisco March 10, 2017
Walk Behind A Waterfall For A One-Of-A-Kind Experience Near San Francisco
The San Francisco Bay area offers a lot of wonderful opportunities to appreciate nature. The best things are often closer than you think to San Francisco. Like what? Alamere Falls, a unique waterfall in Marin County.
Not only is Alamere Falls a beautiful and rare waterfall called a tide fall, but it is a one-of-a-kind experience you can walk behind. Let’s learn more about this waterfall!
From San Francisco, it takes about 1.5 hours to reach Alamere Falls.
Alamere Falls is located at
Point Reyes National Seashore, Mesa Road,
To start your journey to Alamere Falls, look for the Palomarin Trailhead located in the parking lot near the restrooms. Once you start hiking you'll see a map on your right that maps out the trail to the falls.
The hike to Alamere falls is a little long, but worthwhile. The trail to the waterfall is 8.4 mile out-and-back.
Once you've done most of the hike, you'll need to take a tumble of about 40 feet to reach the beach where the main falls are located. The magnificent Alamere tide fall will be visible and hard to miss from here.
There is more than one waterfall that you can get near and walk behind. The picture opportunities here are endless.
Get close to nature and feel the beauty around Alamere Falls. Outside of the main tide fall on the beach, there are a number of little creeks and falls to explore!
During high tide, the tide fall that is Alamere Falls is stunning. You'll feel like you're in a nature wonderland.
Aside from the waterfalls, enjoy the varying terrain through forests, tall brush, and exposed dirt trails. Incredible!
Also, enjoy the majestic ocean views too. Visiting Alamere Falls will be an experience you won't forget!
The joy and exhilaration of seeing a rare waterfall, a tide fall, will make anyone jump. However, you'll need to be prepared for a hike before seeing it.
Please check out the Alamere Falls National Park Service Site for more information. This is a popular hike on weekends, so plan ahead and check weather and trail conditions too.
Have you been to Alamere Falls? Let us know what you thought of this unique waterfall. Please share too! If you’re curious about tranquil spots and nature around the city then check out
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