The past two weeks of rain have turned parts of Muir Woods National Monument into a swamp, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go — though you might want to bring waterproof shoes.
After so many years of drought, there’s a certain rush to experiencing all this water in our creeks and rivers, even with the destructive power we know it can have. Fern Creek, which winds its way through Muir Woods and alongside its main trails, is not just running; it’s absolutely gushing with water. In fact, there is so much water that continuing onto the Fern Creek Trail from the Lost Trail toward Camp Eastwood is not allowed; the conditions are too hazardous, according to the Mount Tamalpais State Park webpage. Fortunately, you can pick up the Fern Creek Trail the other way, into Muir Woods itself.
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