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WEST POINT INN This is the perfect spot for a back-to-nature experience--from the comfort of a rustic Craftsman-style lodge and surrounding cabins on the south slope of Mt.
When I called for reservations at West Point Inn, I told the volunteer I was going to spend two days to "find myself." He roared with laughter: "I haven't heard anyone talk like that since the '70s." He continued with some ominous advice: "Well then, be careful.
Sunshine slanted across the West Point Inn's weathered wood porch on my second morning, illuminating the dark green bunches of chaparral and the red dirt trail.
In the century since West Point Inn opened on Marin's Mt.
But in 1943, local hikers formed what is now the West Point Inn Association, which today maintains five cabins and the main building--a magical place when the gas lamps are lit and the fog rolls in.
From the amphitheater, follow Rock Springs Trail about a mile to the 99-year-old West Point Inn. Descend about 6 miles on the Nora and Matt Davis Trails, through redwood forests, finally angling down Edgewood Avenue and the Pipeline Trail to the famous 676 steps of the Dipsea Trail to Old Mill Park, in Mill Valley.
The road, once used by stagecoaches, rises gradually for about 2 miles to the West Point Inn, a hiking club with a few picnic tables you can use.
A new trail connection through the formerly off-limits West Peak Air Force Station lets you hike directly from picnic sites on the mountain's north face to historic West Point Inn on the south.
Then the Alice Eastwood Trail drops you steeply down to the West Point Inn for a cold lemonade and a sweeping view from the front porch.
The steady but scenic climb along the brushy mountain folds and ridges brings you past small creeks and stands of redwoods to the rustic West Point Inn, built on a ridgetop by the railroad in 1904.
West Point Inn is open to hike-in traffic Tuesdays through Sundays; it serves lemonade, coffee, tea, and granola bars, and--Tuesdays through Fridays only--it offers private rooms and cabins overnight ($12 per person; call 415/388-9955).
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