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Views toward Bolinas from Willow Camp Fire Road
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

2.34 miles round-trip
Start at the intersection with Shoreline Highway. Stay left at the first intersection and then right at the next two until you reach a parking area. The trail will now climb steeply straight up the mountain. The road winds and switchbacks some until you hit the ridge. Once you hit...
Rodeo Valley
trail
Difficulty: Moderate

Length

2.59 miles round-trip
A nice breeze will be at your back most days. This trail connects to the top of the eastern ridge. Near the top are some easily avoidable ruts. You'll get ocean and beach views if you turn around and look back. It never gets too steep. Near the upper end,...
Ranger-led hike through Mori Point
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

0.68 miles round-trip
This alternate east-west pathway across Mori Point takes visitors halfway up the Mori bluffs. From this vantage point, visitors have a great view of the seasonal ponds that were placed by the National Park Service and Parks Conservancy staff and volunteers as habitat for the threatened California red-legged frog and...
Stairs down to Black Sands Beach
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

1.08 miles round-trip
The trail down is steep with plenty of stairs. There are a number of places where the flora gets tall and it seems walled in. On a foggy day, the trail disappears ahead of you. On clear days, the beach below provides quite the reward. Become a beachcomber on the...
Hiking near Pantoll Campground
trail
Difficulty: Moderate

Length

3.62 miles round-trip
The TCC Trail is named for the Tamalpais Conservation Club, a group that has been maintaining and preserving the area's trails continuously for the last 100+ years. The TCC Trail (like many others in the area) was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps as part of the New Deal program...
Hikers make their way down Sweeney Ridge
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

1.57 miles round-trip
Don't miss the short journey up to the Sweeney Meadow. While it can be a bit of effort to reach the Sweeney Ridge , it's well worth it. Visitors will enjoy passing wildflowers in spring and will also be treated to great views. This trail is part of an easy...
View toward the ocean from Sweeney Ridge
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

0.59 miles round-trip
This is an easy singletrack that connects to an unnamed trail from behind the Sweeney Ridge Equestrian Center. From the top, it can be utilized to complete a loop of the Sweeney Ridge where it meets up with the Sweeney Meadow Trail. As with the rest of the ridge, one...
Sun Trail
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

1.42 miles round-trip
Make your way along this flat, well-groomed path along the contours of Mt. Tamalpais . The Pacific Ocean, coastal redwoods, the Farallon Islands, and unbelievable sunsets are all there, or not, if the fog is in. See something different every time you take this trail. Head along the open grassy...
Water drops on fern
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

2.05 miles round-trip
The Stapelveldt Trail starts at the busy Pantoll Trailhead. Head downhill towards the southeast along a deep ravine into a verdant, dense wood. Cross the TCC Trail and continue downhill through the same valley filled with with tall redwoods and large sword ferns. Parallel a small creek that eventually joins...
Path winding through Rancho Corral de Tierra
trail
Difficulty: Moderate

Length

5.99 miles round-trip
The Spine Trail is a great way to experience the remoteness and wild beauty of Rancho Corral de Tierra . Park along Etheldore Street, then hoof it down Ranch Road toward the Ember Ridge Equestrian Center (don't disturb the horses...or the staff, please!). Find the signs for the Spine Trail,...