Alamere Falls is a Waterfall that Flows Directly into the Ocean. Tauheed Ahmad October 20, 2016 Travel 3532 Alamere Falls is a Waterfall that Flows Directly into the Ocean.0.0Overall ScoreReader Rating: (1 Vote) What more could you ask for! A beautiful Alamere Falls is a waterfall in Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin County, California. Alamere Falls is a waterfall that flows directly into the ocean. It is one of only two in the area the other being McWay Falls. It is extremely pretty with astonishing ocean views and lush vegetation especially in spring. The falls can be reached by following the Coast Trail from the Palomarin Trailhead. After about a mile and a half, the trail will pass along two small lakes (Bass Lake and Pelican Lake). Bass Lake can be accessed by a side trail that leads to a rope swing, and hikers will often stop for a swim during summer months. Once down at the beach, you will be treated to a wonderful experience, standing beside a 40 feet waterfall on the ocean. You need to be very carefully scrambled down to Alamere Creek, which is a bit steep. Then you must cross Alamere Creek, which may be difficult in high water. At this place a pretty upper cascade is viewed, three separate cascades approximately 30 feet. in total height. Well, from the top of the cliff, you can have a nice side view of Alamere Falls itself, dropping 40 feet down onto the beach. To get down to the beach, you must carefully scramble down the cliff. This is daring route and not for everyone. The cliffs are very brittle, and a fall here could cause a severe injury. It may be wild imagination, but it seems to have gotten worse in the last many years. Visitors managed carefully get down to the beach carrying, and did not think it was all too bad. But this time around, it is believed too dangerous to consider taking a baby down. Once down at the beach, you will be treated to a wonderful experience, standing beside a 40 feet waterfall on the ocean. It is a lot more inspiring in the winter months after there has been a lot of rain. Be sure to check the tide charts before coming here because at high tide, it is likely that the ocean waves will be coming right up to the cliff, and it’ll be difficult to get down to the base of the falls. If there has been a lot of topical rain, you may aspiration to consider hiking up the beach for a couple more miles. There’re lot of waterfalls (Phantom Falls and Horsetail Falls) which are reachable from this waterfall. Other waterfalls nearby Phantom Falls 1.94 miles Stairstep Falls 6.44 miles Morses Gulch Falls 6.71 miles Carson Falls 7.43 miles Cataract Falls 7.98 miles Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. Cascade Falls 8.77 miles Steep Ravine Falls 9.84 miles Loma Alta Falls 9.98 miles Dawn Falls 11.81 miles Cascade Falls 11.91 miles Arroyo San Jose Falls 12.59 miles Warner Falls 12.86 miles Pacheco Creek Falls 13.76 miles Mountain View Falls 14.83 miles A beautiful Alamere Falls is a waterfall in Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin County, California. Alamere Falls is a Waterfall that Flows Directly into the Ocean. Alamere Falls itself, dropping 40 feet down onto the beach. It is extremely pretty with astonishing ocean views and lush vegetation especially in spring. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsThe Mysterious Devil’s Kettle Falls The Lost Falls – The Flooded Waterfalls of Guairá, Torc Waterfall in Killarney National Park in Ireland The Unbelievable Formations of Baatara Gorge WaterfallHopetoun Waterfalls Victoria AustraliaWaterwheel Falls in Yosemite National ParkAthabasca Falls, Jasper National Park in Alberta CanadaEternal Flame Falls, Orchard Park, New YorkLaja Falls or Salto del Laja Purakaunui Falls A Gorgeous Three Tiered Cascading Waterfall in New ZealandThe Augrabies Falls South AfricaAthabasca Waterfall Canada Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.