Think of Millerton Point as less of a hike and more of a stroll. This long stretch of shoreline around the peninsula known as Millerton Point has very little elevation change from sea level, and the most difficult obstacle is the uneven footing of the gravel shore and dirt paths. What it lacks in challenge, though, it makes up for peace and beauty. Within the peninsula is a collection of eucalyptus forests, grassland, and marsh habitats, which means a variety of wildlife is visible at any given time, from great blue herons to massive gopher snakes. Surrounding the peninsula is Tomales Bay, which means there are flocks of sea birds, scurrying crabs, and the occasional sel to be seen as you look out from the shoreline. The walk itself is about thirty minutes, but can easily take longer as the shoreline offers many places to sit, relax, and reflect on the beauty around you.