This is a paddler's paradise from Nick's Cove to the mouth of
Tomales Bay! With a great exchange of tidal waters comes nutrients
and therefore an abundance of life. Our tours are orchestrated to
use currents going out to the mouth, letting them reverse direction
and returning again with them back to Nick's.
Launching from Nick's, we paddle out through the oyster growers
looking for bat rays and leopard sharks in the shallows and work
our way past multi-colored sea stars, seals, tule elk, and many
species of birds. We land at Blue Gumm beach for lunch and hike up
to the ridge for incredible views of the bay and the ocean. Or we
may choose to walk along the shores to Avalis beach through one of
the richest intertidal zones anywhere! Bring a lunch and a sense of
adventure to explore one of the richest marine environments in
Scott Terriberry has been a sea kayak guide for 17 years working
the waters from Alaska and British Columbia to Baja Mexico. He is
A.C.A. trained, W.F.R certified and has taught many classes from
beginners to advanced expedition paddlers. He has taught college
courses in the San Juans, Tide and Current classes at the Golden
Gate, and expedition travel in Mexico and British Columbia. Scott
is one of the founders of Point Reyes Outdoors, a sea kayak touring
company in Point Reyes Station.
Don't miss it - Highly Recommended-
From Niki Skelton of Petaluma, California on 5/10/2012.
From Kathy Kelly of Santa Rosa, California on 4/29/2012.
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