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San Francisco garter snake
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

0.38 miles round-trip
The Lishumsha Trail takes visitors from the flat Old Mori Road Trail up the hill toward the blufftops at Mori Point . "Lishumsha" is the local Ohlone Native word for "garter snake"--an allusion to the endangered San Francisco garter snake that is protected at Mori Point, and which is making...
Equestrians ride through foggy Fort Funston
trail
Most locals know Fort Funston is Fido-tastic for dog-walking (or dog-watching!). But it's also a great place to bring your other four-legged friends for a pleasant (but windy) ride. The network of pathways across Fort Funston can accommodate equestrians!
Ember Ridge Ranch in Rancho Corral de Tierra
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

2.35 miles round-trip
This trail segment is part of the sprawling network of rough-hewn trails across Rancho Corral de Tierra . It is believed to be named for the nearby Farmer's Daughter produce stand, located just off Highway 1 in Moss Beach and renowned for its annual pumpkin patch.
Path winding through Rancho Corral de Tierra
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

1.84 miles round-trip
This trail offers another portal into the sprawling, wild landscapes of Rancho Corral de Tierra . Find the signed trailhead at the end of Kanoff Street (cross-street 2nd) in Montara. After an opening stretch through coastal meadow, the trail gets steep and continues to climb steadily. It will eventually take...
Sunrise from Battery Spencer
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

0.86 miles round-trip
Battery Spencer Trail is a 0.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Sausalito, California that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round.
Habitat restoration volunteers work on Alta Ridge
trail

Length

5.02 miles round-trip
This is a long but gradual climb from the eastern side of the Marin Headlands . This fire road is in good condition, making for an easy route to meander along. As you climb up and out of the woods, look east out to the two peaks of Mount Diablo...
Fort Baker
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

1.17 miles round-trip
Hiking this trail is a simple out-and-back with a shaded path for the first portion of the trail. After the second bend, the views towards San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge are eye catching. At the third bend, Fort Baker comes into view.
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

0.28 miles round-trip
Fort Baker Chapel
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

0.31 miles round-trip
At the rear of the newer Cavallo Point buildings at Fort Baker , you'll discover a set of stairs that connect you with the Drown Road Trail. Highlights include sensational views of the Golden Gate, and, of course, the historic post chapel itself (now a picturesque event and wedding venue).
Former Tennessee Valley Native Plant Nursery and adjoining stables
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

0.66 miles round-trip
This short trail leads to the National Park Service Mounted Patrol Stables and the former Tennessee Valley Native Plant Nursery. This is the halfway point on the way to the Tennessee Valley Beach. There is also a bench where the Chaparral Trail leads off the Tennessee Valley Trail. You'll find...