You Can Visit This Coastal Waterfall That Flows Onto The Beach In California
What's better than a hike with a view?
Alamere Falls in California is a tidal waterfall that cascades off a cliff and onto the coast.
You'll be rewarded with a spectacular view of the ocean and a waterfall at the end of this hike.
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To access the site, you'll need to park at Palomarin Trailhead in Point Reyes National Seashore; parking is free.
You will have to hike 14 miles round trip (seven miles each way) to see these stunning falls, but it's well worth it.
The hike is relatively flat and easy, but will still take between five and seven hours to complete.
Parking is limited, so it's recommended to get there early and pack your bathing suit if you want to swim.
Be sure to pack your camera, plenty of snacks, and water for this scenic adventure!
Address: Palomarin Trailhead, Bolinas, CA
Why You Need To Go: This stunning tidal waterfall flows off a cliff on the beach.
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