Point Reyes Visions Guidebook
Where to Go, What to Do in Point Reyes National Seashore & West Marin

Kathleen Goodwin & Richard Blair

This concise little guidebook distills years of local knowledge about the remarkable 53,000-acre Point Reyes National Seashore and nearby nature attractions and recreational choices in West Marin County. It's a different kind of guide, using a few well chosen words and stunning duotone photos to point readers in the right direction and let them discover as they go.

Twenty-six short chapters invite readers to explore a broad array of exceptional hiking trails, beach walks, picnic sites, places to watch the sunset, best morning locales, world-class mountain bike rides, choice backpacking campgrounds, places to walk the dog, and other practical tips for enjoying the area, even what to do on a rainy day. With few words and stunning photos, the authors convey the best things to do in Point Reyes and vicinity, as well as some of the excitement of doing them.

Includes waterfalls, swimmable lakes and bays, tidepooling, rambles on beaches both rugged and placid, lighthouses, where to watch the abundant wildlife, moonlight hikes, local seafood and other culinary delights, plus Mt. Tamalpais, Tomales Bay State Park, and Samuel P. Taylor State Park. The book includes a full-color pull-out trail map of Point Reyes National Seashore.

This cloth edition is bound in black Japanese Saifu cloth, has a gold-foil-stamped spine, and has a beautiful dust jacket with a dramatic duotone plus five small color photos, a sewn binding for durability. It handily fits in a pocket or daypack, but people just love to hug this gorgeous edition.

Bored Feet does not sell to trade bookstores in Marin County and the City of Berkeley.

Price Reduced! Originally published at $21.95

80 pages, 5-¼" x 7-¼", 72 duotone  phtographs, 1 other illustration, full-color pull-out map on waterproof paper (8-½" x 11" unfolded), 2004. Published by Color & Light Editions.
ISBN 978-0-9671527-0-7




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