San Francisco June 05, 2017
It’s Impossible Not To Love This Breathtaking Wild Flower Trail Near San Francisco
Hiking in the San Francisco area is a joy. If you’re interested in taking the time to explore trails and hiking then read on. There is a trail with wild flowers in Marin County! Let’s learn more about this trail full of wild flowers, animals, and breathtaking beauty.
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Point Reyes National Seashore is located in Marin County near San Rafael. From San Francisco, this beautiful area is only around 1.25 hours away.
Point Reyes National Seashore is located
1 Bear Valley Road, Point Reyes Station, 94956
Muddy Hollow Trail is a 4.8 mile trail located in Point Reyes National Seashore near Inverness. You can expect to see wildlife and of course dazzling wildflowers.
The 33,300 acres of coastal wilderness around Muddy Hollow, within Point Reyes, includes beaches, grasslands, marshes, forests, and of course wildflowers.
The beauty and flowers will impress and delight you. This is a beautiful trail in a finely preserved and unspoiled part of California.
Muddy Hollow is the starting point for a number of loop hike, so you can go as far as you want. However, a lot of the Muddy Hollow has wildflowers blooming in every month of the year, from ceanothus in winter to Monkeyflower in the Fall.
Point Reyes has 18 percent of the flowering plant species found in California, so you'll find a variety of wildflowers.
The flowers are impressive and attractive, but you don’t want to wander off the trail because there is also a lot of poison oak. Explore yet be vigilant of the environment as well.
You'll encounter several kinds of Indian paintbrush on this hike along with Coyote brush, Purple western morning glory, Self Heal, Indian Paintbrush, and more.
Outside the flowers, the stunning vista points within Point Reyes and the various trails are awesome.
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