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This short trail leads to a reconstructed Coast Miwok Indian village. Interpretive panels describe the history and culture of the site.

Kule Loklo Trail leads one mile from the Bear Valley Visitor Center to a replica of a Coast Miwok Indian Village. Interpretive signs at the site briefly describe Coast Miwok culture and history, and the structures in the village. This reconstruction explains life in the region before European contact. From Kule Loklo visitors can return on the same trail or continue around the horse pasture to return via Morgan Horse Ranch.

Directions: From Highway 1, At Olema turn into the park entrance on Bear Valley Road. The Bear Valley Visitor Center is approximately a one minute drive from the park entrance. The trail begins from the Bear Valley Visitor Center.

Elevation: 60 feet

Difficulty: Easy

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Point Reyes National Seashore, California

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