Camping the California Coast | Point Reyes in 4K

March 11, 2019 - Comment

Perfect for a day trip near San Francisco, Point Reyes is an amazing place to hike, camp, backpack and comb the beaches. In this 4K video, we began our trip near Laguna Creek and followed the Coast Trail to Coast Camp. For those unlucky enough not to receive a permit to hike the Lost Coast,

Perfect for a day trip near San Francisco, Point Reyes is an amazing place to hike, camp, backpack and comb the beaches. In this 4K video, we began our trip near Laguna Creek and followed the Coast Trail to Coast Camp. For those unlucky enough not to receive a permit to hike the Lost Coast, this is an amazing alternative. Beach fires are allowed, but make sure you follow the park’s rules! So pour yourself a glass of California wine, relax and enjoy one of Northern California’s most beautiful beaches!

Birds and Animals seen in this video:
Miner’s Lettuce
Douglas Iris
California Quail
Tule Elk
Red Tail Hawk
American Chorus Frog

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All of the musical compositions or arrangements and footage in this video are original, and were composed, recorded, and captured by Andrew Lin, Bryan Lin, Robby Huang, and Thomas Sinard

Featuring drums by Nate Laguzza

Original content and music is copyright Adventure Archives (c) 2018

Comments

Righteous1 says:

I LOVE these little episodes in between the big adventure ones. You guys should do at least one video a week even if it's not on going outdoors. Maybe about tips on backpacking, gear, bloopers, daily life, wild foods, planning, etc. You'd get way more subscribers if you upload once a week.

William Beck says:

DUDES! Great job as usual. God, that tree was beautiful! And that last scene….uh….lovely.
You guys are intelligent, personable, and oh so much fun. It's a pleasure to watch these videos.

Ed Whitehead says:

I live 3 hours east in the Sierra foothills. This video makes me want to take a trip to the ocean, it's been way too long. Excellent job by the way. Music was well chosen, nice setting and transition shots, just an overall good job. I've subscribed. Thanks again. 🙂

Muhammad Umar Mustafa says:

Best side episode yet!

Michael M says:

If you guys ever get the chance to come back to the golden state you should look up a little known place called Butano State park. Oh and next time you make a fire on a windy breach, dig a shallow hole and make the fire in it.

Subido 88 says:

“San Fran” I cringe

Ksenia Asatryan says:

North of Point Reyes is Fort Ross and Salt Point state park, amazing as well.

Miah Johnson says:

Awesome. I live in the bay and now I know I need to add Point Reyes to my camp list =)

Quincy Ballgloves says:

Ayeeee you guys came to my area and I didn’t even know it, damn. I’ve backpacked that exact spot, and when we were kids one of my best friends broke his arm after falling off that exact Eucalyptus tree you guys sat under lol. Good times. Glad you could enjoy what NorCal has to offer, great video

Brian says:

Another great video. Point Reyes National Seashore is amazing. BTW, you pronounce the "e" in tule and the locals don't pronounce the second "e" in Reyes.

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