Olema Valley and Bolinas Ridge
NOTE: The Olema Valley district of the GGNRA is administered by Point Reyes National Seashore. For more information check out the Point Reyes National Seashore website or visit the Point Reyes Bear Valley Visitor Center, the closest information center for Olema Valley and Bolinas Ridge.
Welcome to Olema Valley and Bolinas Ridge!
The San Andreas Fault divides Olema Valley, a lovely, undulating landscape that dips slowly down to the waters of Tomales Bay in the north, and Bolinas Lagoon in the south. Hike or bike along the Bolinas Ridge Trail, which crosses rolling coastal range land, enters towering redwoods, and breaks into open chaparral before it reaches its southern trailhead at Alpine Road on Mount Tamalpais—offering birds-eye-views of the San Andreas Rift Zone.
Things to Do
Tips and Highlights
NAVIGATING OLEMA VALLEY AND BOLINAS RIDGE
The Bolinas Ridge Trail trailhead is a five minute drive from the Bear Valley Visitor Center.
There is parking off Sir Francis Drake Boulevard.
Public TransitThe Marin Stagecoach Route 68 goes to Olema Valley with a stop at Sir Francis Drake Blvd.
For more information, please contact:
76 Bear Valley Road
Point Reyes Station, CA 94956
Phone: (415) 331-1540
Last updated: May 26, 2016