From here I took a left at the front of the church and walked along Highway 1 until I reached a crosswalk that led me to Rockaway Beach. I followed the path until I reached a stream where I rock-hopped to get back on the trail:
The trail continued along the coast and led me directly to Mori Point. I highly recommend taking an extra 10 minutes to walk to the edge of it and enjoy the view. At
the beginning of the point, there is this sign:
Another important note: Take the Lishumsha Trail as opposed to the Timigtac Trail. There are several trails that splinter off of the Timigtac Trail, which makes it difficult to navigate which direction to hike. I took the Lishumsha Trail until I reached the parking lot located at the Mori Point Trailhead:
The parking lot connects to Highway 1. I took a left until I reached a crosswalk without a stop-light. This part of the hike was very dangerous and it’s important to pay attention to the traffic; there’s a blind corner that cars speed around. After safely crossing the highway, I took a right and walked along the highway until I reached a steep, paved road with a sign that read “Orchid Gardens”. At the top of this hill was a parking lot and a large sign that marks the start of Sweeney Ridge Trail, which I used to continue back on the loop.
This portion of the hike was by far the most difficult. Up until the last two miles of the hike, it was an uphill climb. I hiked until I reached a sign that directed me back towards Skyline College,
I hiked the last mile back to the trailhead for Notch Trail, which led me right back to my car at Lot C. Although this trail was confusing to navigate at certain points, it was by far one of my favorites.