Alamere Falls is a remarkably beautiful and unique waterfall. This geological masterpiece is a type of waterfall known as a tidefall. This is the rarest type of waterfall in the world. The beautiful Alamere Falls is situated within the confines of the Point Reyes National Seashore, in Marin County, California, in the United States. It is one of only two waterfalls in the region. The falls may only be reached by land via the Coast Trail. The terrain leading to Alamere Falls from above is comparatively rugged. The rugged nature of the area makes the location is a popular one for hikers.
Alamere Falls Geography
Though the lowest section of Alamere Falls garners all the attention, this unique waterfall is a multi-tiered waterfall. It consists of a total of 4 drops in all. Each of the upper three falls drops approximately 10 ft (3.1 m) in height. The lowest drop measures approximately 40 ft (12.2 m) in height, giving Alamere Falls a total drop of approximately 70 ft (21.3 m). The waterfall is situated on Alamere Creek. The water flows throughout the year. The final drop of Alamere Falls flows directly onto the beach and then flows directly into the Pacific Ocean. During periods of high tide, the flow from the falls will drop directly into the ocean.
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