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Ohlone Wilderness Backpacking
Here is brief information about the upcoming backpacking trip. If you have any questions or if you need gear, please let me know.
BACKPACKING GEAR CHECKLIST – Highly recommend to bring gloves, shoes ok to get a little muddy/wet, and fresh pair of clothes and shoes/sandals in your car.
GEAR RENTALS – Please use this link as a reference to let me know what else you need to borrow outside of these Gear Rental listings
WILDERNESS PERMIT – Email confirmation in a pdf despite it’s a designated campsite
PARKING PERMIT: Email confirmation in a PDF. I’ll print out 2 copies of page 1
California Fire Permit – Annual – Please take the test and print out permit if you would like use a stove
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GROUP BACKPACKING: WOMEN’S ONLY
We are backpacking at Point Reyes National Seashore.
Saturday, May 6 – Monday morning, May 8
Ohlone and Sunol Wilderness
28 miles roundtrip
De Valle Park
Saturday, Maggies #1 Backpacking Site ~10 miles
Sunday, Eagles Aerie BP site ~ 10 miles
Monday, 8 miles
55/41 Partly Cloudy with showers .13 inch – Saturday
55/44 Mostly Sunny- Sunday –
10-15mph – Jackets & Tent Stakes are a must
Saturday morning arrive at Palmoronian Trail Head Parking Lots
730-8am pm (check-in, park, get settled, review pack weight, gear shakedown)
Arrive at Campsite:
no later than 9 am
Return to cars:
latest 2:00 pm
1000ft+ in elevation and the trail will be muddy in some places. Pit toilets are offered, and there is potable water at the site.
Point Reyes National Seashore Campground 003 Wildcat campsite information
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Point Reyes National Seashore Campground information
Wildcat Campground is located in an open meadow on a bluff overlooking the ocean, with a short walk to the beach. One may access Wildcat Campground by foot, bicycle, or horse; not by boat, auto, or RV. It is a 6.3-mile hike from Bear Valley Trailhead or a 5.5-mile hike from the Palomarin Trailhead.
We’re taking the 5.5 mile hike. Expect a Google Map Link of the Route soon.
Let me know if you are you still in! Let me know if you need to borrow any gear. Stay tuned for a video about the trip and be ready to ask me any questions, I’m here to help you out.
Additionally, here is my Amazon Gear List of a few things that include car camping that I have, in case you are interested. Yes, I earn a commission off these products, but I made sure to only select items I have used, aside from the new Soda Stream (Terra). I have the regular one. https://a.co/dLkywHJ