Hiking Napa & Point Reyes National Seashore, California

Still catching up on Fall 2017’s adventures! Back in September, we had the chance to visit a friend of ours working in Napa, California. We took a hike in Point Reyes National Seashore during one of the most important seasons of the year: the mating season for tule elks. Tule elks, unlike some other species, are native from this region and mate during the fall.

It’s recommended to stay far enough from them, as males could get angry if you approach their ladies.

The landscape there has a “end of the world” feeling (It is literally the end of the Western world before the Pacific Ocean).

This two-hour hike takes you through sandy dunes:

Beautiful prairies…

The perfect place to shoot a U2 album cover picture…

Secluded beaches:

And when the golden hour starts, the most beautiful light in the country…

When you’re done hiking, try one of the wineries in Napa. It isn’t cheap (unless you have amazing friends), but the experience is worth the price.

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