One of my most favorite things about living in San Francisco is the close proximity to a plethora of adventures. As I've mentioned too many times to count, Pt. Reyes National Seashore is one of my favorite destinations.
I discovered one of my new favorite hikes with my family over the Easter holiday. For Easter, we rented a home on the National Seashore and filled our weekend with hiking, reading, cooking (heavy oyster consumption of course), spontaneous dance parties and exploring. The Tomales Point Trail in Pt. Reyes is just spectacular. While we didn't complete the entire 9 mi loop, we drank in breathtaking views of the Pacific Ocean, and Tomales Bay, and stopped in our tracks when we saw a huge herd of wild tule elk just feet away from our trail. The landscape was so majestic, peaceful and untouched, it was almost surreal. I've done some pretty exhilarating hikes in the Bay Area, however this particular one takes the crown. After earning our appetite, we stopped at Perry's Deli in Inverness to provision for lunch. A day for the books!