If you’ve gained access to this blog post, kudos! Thanks for following! I really appreciate you taking the time to check out my stuff and it means a lot that you like my content. I do it for you! Surfing Point Reyes is normally a bit sketchy since it’s very close to the Farralon Islands. Or “Islands of the dead” by native Miwok Indians. But surfing Point Reyes is even more sketch is the fact that it’s a known hunting ground for great white sharks (20 miles off the coast of Point Reyes National Seashore and 30 miles from San Francisco).
Growing up in Marin I was exposed to a lot of nature, but I never really appreciated until I grew up and became more involved with surfing and photography. You’ll see the amazing landscape and my experience surfing Point Reyes in the my new video blog to artist Matisyahu, Broken Crowns.
Surfing Point Reyes puts Marin County in a whole new perspective. Marin has a lot coastline and nature, and that’s an understatement. Some natural landscapes and points of interest include Marin Headlands, Muir Woods, Mt. Tamalpais, Drake’s Beach, Alamere Falls, Stinson Beach, Bolinas, Dillion Beach and more than 30 miles of coastline with 100s of trails to be hiked (click here for a list of sites from the National Park Service).
Here’s a map of what I had planned out for a quick day trip of surfing, photography and tourism. It took me 2 hours to get to Point Reyes from San Francisco. The ultimate goal was to surf Point Reyes and visit the Point Reyes Light House which is the farthest edge into the Pacific Ocean along San Francisco’s Bay. If you want to learn more about Point Reyes and plan your trip check out the town’s website. If you have any questions about surfing Point Reyes feel free to send me a message.
Here’s where I visited,
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Pt. Reyes National Seashore is an amazing place full of life. If you’re ever in the Bay Area be sure to check out Drakes Beach and The Point Reyes Light House. My surf experience was pretty amazing adventuring Marin County’s back country. Typically, the surf here is pretty big and sharky, but I take my chances on a beautiful, pleasant day. Full video blog posted on my website to subscribed followers only. Be sure to sign up. Link in bio #mysurfblog
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