Old Mori Road/Coastal Trail, Mori Point, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Pacifica, California
Length: 2.6 miles round trip
Width: >72 inches
Surface type: firm fine aggregate and boardwalk
Typical grade: 1-3%
Typical cross slope: 1-3%
Use Fee required?: no
Accessible features: restrooms at the parking lot, two accessible parking spaces
Mori Point is a hiking area with stunning ocean views at Pacifica California. It is managed by Golden Gate National Recreation Area pithing the National park Service. A wide, firm, and almost level natural-surface trail, Old Mori Road, leads from the parking area to overlooks along a bluff above the beach. A wide boardwalk carries you over wetlands and there are information signs and benches here and there. At the ocean overlook the trail turns north along the bluff and is known as the Coastal Trail. Views to the south show the rocky headland south of Pacifica.
The park is at Mori Point Road off the west side of California Highway 1, in Pacifica, California. There is a handful of spaces with two accessible spots near the restrooms. Otherwise parking is along Bradford Way.
Last visited May 2016
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