Hike along Limantour Beach with naturalist Jules Evens on the final leg in his yearlong journey to hike every trail at Point reyes National Seashore/
Follow the footsteps of author and biologist Jules Evens as he hikes every inch of trail in Point Reyes National Seashore to celebrate the park turning 50 years old in 2012.
Discover diverse wildlife and great sunsets, even in winter, with naturalist Jules Evens at McClure’s Beach, Point Reyes. This is his second-to-last post in a yearlong quest to hike and write about every trail at Point Reyes.
Tag along with Jules Evens to discover dozens of bird species, secluded ponds, and a rushing waterfall on the beach.
Author Jules Evens is only three hikes away from his goal of walking every mile of trail at Point Reyes National Seashore in 2012, the park’s 50th anniversary.
Tag along with Jules Evens on two 10 mile hikes as he closes in on hiking every mile of trail at Point Reyes National Seashore in 2012.
Marshall Beach Trail. October 12, 2012 “Life is a journey, not a destination.” —Ralph Waldo Emerson The trailhead to Marshall Beach begins after driving a couple of miles along the L Ranch Rd., out through the northern edge of the … Read more
The Outer Point Reyes Peninsula is a Mecca for both birds and birdwatchers during autumn migration. And it’s a fine place to see elephant seals as well.
Few coastlines are as pacifying as the broad sandy beach at Limantour in Point Reyes. Come along on a 14 mile hike across the peninsula.
Take a walk with Jules Evens to see tule elk and the reef at the northern tip of Point Reyes, surrounded on three sides by ocean.
Birding and more along Lagunitas Creek, with Jules Evens and the naturalists-in-training from SPAWN.