Upper Mori Trail

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Ranger-led hike through Mori Point

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 endangered San Francisco garter snake.

Surface Category

Parks

Difficulty

Length

0.68 miles round-trip

Elevation Gain

58.00 feet

Elevation Loss

-22.00 feet

Typical Tread Width

52 Inches

Minimum Tread Width

30 Inches

Typical Cross-Slope

6%

Maximum Cross-Slope

15%

Typical Grade

1%

Maximum Grade

12%