Strenuous

Trail Stewardship Volunteers
Events
Black Point Meeting Location
Join the Golden Gate Trail Crew and help repair, maintain and enhance trails in the Golden Gate National Parks.
Teens Volunteering with Stewardship Trails Program
Events
Merrie Way Trailhead
Take a break from the classroom in the great outdoors with Teens on Trails!
Trail Stewardship Volunteers
Events
Merrie Way Trailhead
Join the Golden Gate Trail Crew and help repair, maintain and enhance trails in the Golden Gate National Parks.
National Trails Day
Events
White Hill Parking Lot
Join us maintaining the White Hill and Porcupine trails. Projects include building drainage features, repairing eroded tread, and brushing the trail
Trail Stewardship Volunteers
Events
Langdon Court
Learn how to install thimble-eye fencing to protect beautiful native dune habitat surrounding the Golden Gate Overlook at the breathtaking Presidio Bluffs.
Runner takes on the challenge of the Dipsea Trail
trail
Difficulty: Strenuous

Length

4.00 miles round-trip
The historic Dipsea Trail and route of the famous foot race, contested since 1905, connects the east side of Mount Tamalpais at Mill Valley with the west side at Stinson Beach.
Volunteers at Work
Events
Coyote Ridge - County View Dr
Help restore sensitive habitat while enjoying a hike on some of the most scenic trails in the park.
Volunteers at Work
Events
Bolinas Ridge at Fairfax - Bolinas Rd
Help restore sensitive habitat while enjoying a hike on some of the most scenic trails in the park.
Poppies overlooking Fort Cronkhite and Rodeo Beach
trail
Difficulty: Strenuous

Length

4.40 miles round-trip
After taking the Coastal Trail up from Rodeo Beach , you'll take the Wolf Ridge Trail on your way to Hill 88 (accessed by a spur trail). It's a bit of a climb, but the Wolf Ridge Trail rewards doughty visitors with spectacular views of the Marin Headlands and Pacific...
Hikers pause to enjoy the beauty of the Bootjack Trail
trail
Difficulty: Strenuous

Length

4.80 miles round-trip
This climb up the steep slopes of Mt. Tamalpais reveals beatiful vistas of the Bay Area and the Pacific Ocean. The redwoods of Muir Woods gradually give way to Douglas fir, bay laurel, and tanoak as the trail wends upward. From the Bootjack Campground, established in the early 1920s, continue...