Join in for a family friendly walk at Mori Point in Pacifica on Saturday, July 14!
Lisa Louis of hikingautism.com, son Sean and husband Hitoshi are happy to meet other AFBA families at the Mori Point trailhead at 10 AM, and walk together to the Mori headlands area.
Mori Point is in San Mateo County, and is fairly central for those driving from San Francisco, from the South Bay, and can be reached from the East Bay by taking Route 92 that leads to Half Moon Bay, which is a short distance south of Mori Point.
Saturday July 14, 10am to 12 Noon
LENGTH OF HIKE/WALK
We can discuss and decide on the day
Mori Point is a favorite whale watching site that offers glorious coastal views. Walk down historic Bootlegger’s Steps, from the Prohibition era sea delivery days. Walkers have the option of walking on the beach, taking a longer walk along the Promenade to Pacifica Pier, or walking the easy Old Mori Trail back to the trailhead.
Cliffs can be unstable. Use caution in steep areas.
Mori Point Road intersecting with Route 1, just south of Sharp Park Road, Pacifica, California, 94044
The Mori Point sign on the west side of Route 1 is very easy to miss. Northbound on Route 1, it is shortly past the Reina Del Mar intersection and the Pacifica Police Department. Southbound on Route 1, it is just past Sharp Park Road.
Park on Mori Point Road or Bradford Way
Considerations: As noted above, the Mori Point sign is easy to pass by. It is between Sharp Park Road and Reina Del Mar Ave.
Mori Point Road itself, which is mainly used for trailhead parking, is a short road. Bradford Way is a good parking backup.
Getting on and off Route 1 involves calculating fast traffic. Heading back north the west side of Route 1 often involves heading south first, and making a left to turn back north from the east side.
Meet near the trailhead toilet facilities where Bradford Way meets Old Mori Trail. (Directions and parking information below)
How to find us: Meet Lisa (short brunette), Hitoshi and son Sean, sure to be wearing a baseball cap of some sort.
Mori Point now has a toilet facility near the trailhead.
More information can be found at: https://www.hikingautism.com/mori-point.html
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