Point Reyes Hiking Tour

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San Francisco
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Escape the city to unwind with a half-day guided hiking tour along the dreamy coastline of Point Reyes National Seashore. This guided hike takes place less than two hours from the city of San Francisco but you’ll think you have escaped to another world. REI’s guided hikes at Point Reyes National Seashore are led by experienced local hiking guides and are intended for beginner and intermediate level hikers. With your guide leading the way, get to know the diverse ecology of this unique landscape. Each guided hiking trip in Point Reyes is carefully curated to suit the individual participants and leave you feeling accomplished and inspired.

What's Included

Tour Price Includes

  • Trekking poles
  • Local REI guide
  • Group First Aid Kit

What to Bring

Required Gear
  • 2 liters of water – water bottles or hydration bladder
  • Daypack
  • Hiking shoes/boots
  • Weather appropriate clothing and rain jacket (pants and hat optional)
Recommended Gear
  • Lip balm sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Hat


  • 2-16 people $ 99 per person 99 per person

Tours and add-ons may be subject to sales tax at the local rate.

A trail passes between lush landscape at point reyes national seashore

Point Reyes National Seashore is less than two hours away from the noise of the San Francisco Bay Area, but it can feel like a completely different world. A half-day guided hike in Point Reyes serves up a little bit of everything the area has to offer. Hike among coastal scrub and grasslands vital to the ecosystem and explore streamside riparian zones home to hawks, shorebirds, and other critters. Between the history, wildlife, and the views, you will have enough to continue talking about long after your hiking afternoon is over. Over the course of four hours, hikers can expect about to hike up to 6 miles with about 800ft of elevation gain, however the distance can be adjusted to your group and ensure the best experience for beginner or intermediate hikers. 

A trail passes between lush landscape at point reyes national seashore