I feel a little sheepish after reading all of the reviews about the easy walk but we found the walk to be somewhat difficult. The hike starts off easy enough on level ground on a solid trail, but you come to a large sand dune and after climbing the sand dune you are walking in loose sand the rest of the walk. The Elephant Seals were awesome, the volunteer Docents were amazing, the walk was difficult for me. The day we were there we had a strong wind out of the north blowing the sand in our face, it was like getting a microderm abrasion. I'm not in the best shape but hiked all over Lassen, Yosemite, Kings Canyon, Redwoods, this hike was the hardest yet because of the sand. The seals are worth seeing and we wouldn't have missed it, but do be prepared. The Coast and other scenery and wildlife were wonderful also.
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