Pedro Point Overlook
From up here, 600 feet above the waves, the views to the North stretch on forever.
Immediately beneath you is the private bay known as Shelter Cove. Here the run-down private residences revel in their seclusion - since the only road was washed out back in 1983, their only access to the rest of the world has been either by boat, or a single winding footpath.
Beyond that is the large bay of Linda Mar, which attracts surfers from all over the peninsula.
Off in the distance on a very clear day it can be possible to make out San Francisco's Cliff House and the unmistakable Golden Gate Bridge. Out to sea you can also sometimes make out the jagged peaks of the Farallon Islands.