Follow in the footsteps of a lighthouse keeper! Join docents for a guided sunset program, and learn about the geology, ecology, and history of Point Bonita.
On the Point Bonita Lighthouse Sunset Tour, you will enjoy stunning sunset views and learn the compelling story of this landmark. The tour will include elements of natural and cultural history as well as thought-provoking guided discussion that ties the lighthouse’s history to our present.
This 90-minute tour starts at the Point Bonita Trailhead service gate where you will check in with a ranger. Led by the ranger, the group will go on a half mile hike to the lighthouse, which includes a downhill slope, a hand carved tunnel, and a suspension bridge to the lighthouse itself. The suspension bridge has a sheer drop on either side.
Each ticket allows one individual to attend this guided hike and tour of the historic Point Bonita Lighthouse. This includes access beyond the Point Bonita Tunnel which is otherwise closed to the public. This trail is not ADA accessible. Please let us know of any reasonable accommodations you may need. A maximum of 8 tickets can be purchased at a time for each tour.
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