by Maci Martell for Sonoma Magazine
With its abundance of public parkland and open space, the North Coast is too full of gushing streams and cascading creek flows to mention them all. We’ve listed a few of our favorites waterfalls in the gallery above.
Alamere Falls, Point Reyes National Seashore, Marin County: Alamere Falls is a cascading coastal falls that bleeds over a slick, shale bluff onto an ocean beach. It is a rare “tidefall” that crests the edge of the continent near the southern end of the national seashore, also offering gorgeous coastal views that, on clear days, take in the Farallon Islands. (Eddie Hernandez / Shutterstock).Read full article here.