Point Reyes National Seashore
Point Reyes National Seashore is a park covering over 29 000ha to the north of San Francisco. It is home to a great diversity of landscapes that are conducive to splendid hikes, allying long dunes and cliffs, moors shrouded in mist, marshland, desert and forests. You will also find here a reconstruction of a Miwok village, and the Earthquake Trail, which skirts the San Andreas Fault. Several beaches, especially Drake's Beach and Point Reyes Beach, are popular with eared seals.