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very nice and not strenuous hike to Isaac and Jack Bays. Secluded, beautiful, accessible. 25 minutes to Isaac Bay, and another 25 or so to Jacks. The trail goes through a lot of tall grass, so long pants over your swimming suit would be wise....More
Hike down, go early and take water, to an isolated and amazingly beautiful spot. We were the only ones there and it was well worth the hike down and back up. Was a little rough for me to feel comfortable snorkeling, but our friends did...More
Totally worth the 20 minute low impact hike. It’s hot... bring water but it’s totally worth it. My boys snorkeled & loved all the coral that’s starting to come back. Very picturesque. Including a man made “castaway” shack on the beach. Just gorgeous.
Hike about 20 mins from the lot at Udall with awesome views. There are no facilities and no shade. Bring water, hat, sunscreen, snorkel gear, stress. Snorkelling can be bumpy, but rivals Buck Island. Be careful because it is remote, but when you hike back...More
Isaac's is a quiet little beach with excellent snorkeling. It's a hike to get down there (leave your car windows rolled down, because the parking area is remote as well and prone to break ins), but that means that few people venture to this gorgeous...More
After trying to see the sunrise at Point Udall, we took the trail to Isaac's Bay. The trail itself is a great experience-breathtaking beauty of the beach and landscape. We snorkeled for a bit on the beach and the whole time we were there we...More
Beautiful natural beach, meaning no facilities and you are on your own. Unfortunately there was lots of sargassum on the shore line and in the water. But it’s a nature preserve not a resort. Once passed that, the snorkeling was great. Refreshing after a hot...More
Family of four hiked in to Isaac from (near) Point Udall and it was SPECTACULAR! We took snorkeling gear, towels, and a backpack cooler with waters and beer. The hike there is pretty much downhill the whole way. The beach to huge and the snorkeling...More