Cataract Falls

Hiking up to Cataract Falls is a popular activity among visitors of Stinson Beach. It is located in Cataract Trail, Stinson Beach, CA 94970. It involves hiking down a dirt trail to a series of small waterfalls, which are located within a forest setting. The hike takes about an hour and reaches the waterfalls via a moderately difficult trail. You can also hike to Bolinas Lagoon. Read on for more information about visiting Cataract Falls.

A moderate hike takes you to a series of waterfalls on the Cataract Falls Trail Loop in Stinson Beach. The trail is marked with signs to indicate the location of several waterfalls. The hike itself is just over a mile long. Visitors can enjoy a view of the falls from a forest setting. The trail also features several smaller waterfalls. This waterfall hike is perfect for families, as it is free to visit.

If you're looking for fun in the sun, a visit to Bolinas is in order. This small town is located just a few miles north of Stinson Beach, CA. Bolinas is surrounded by the Pacific Ocean, with two lagoons separated by a small spit of land. Bolinas is one of the most beautiful places in the world, and visitors can learn more about its history and wildlife by visiting the museum's archive.

A great place to also visit is Gary Giacomini Open Space Preserve

Hike the secluded Wildcat Cliff at Pt. Reyes National Seashore and admire one of the two California waterfalls that feed directly into the Pacific. Located at the southern end of the Point Reyes National Seashore, this waterfall hike is not the easiest one to find, so plan accordingly. You will have to hike 4+ miles along Palomarin Trail to reach it. However, you can still visit the cliff during low tide.

This hike starts at the Matt Davis Trailhead and winds through a mossy forest of redwoods and live oaks. It begins at a creek and then ascends for a few miles. You'll pass numerous waterfalls and see a multitude of views. The trail has some elevation change and is easy to moderate. The trail begins at 75 feet and quickly climbs to 1600 feet before descending back to the trailhead. The trail is best done in the early spring.

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The Sand Dollar Restaurant, located on Highway 1, is a longtime staple of the Stinson Beach community. Built on three barges in 1921, this historic eatery features a cozy indoor dining room and an expansive deck for outdoor dining. There is live music every night and bluegrass on Sundays. And the casual atmosphere makes it an ideal spot for a bite. The restaurant is located next to Cataract Falls, and if you're traveling with children, you may want to consider taking them to this historic spot for a meal and a visit.

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