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Karen D. on Wolf Ridge Trail
We did a variation of this trail. We took the Miwok trail to wolf ridge trail down to the coastal trail. It had enough of an elevation gain for us to consider it a hike.
There's lots of cool views and old buildings to check out. We took are time and enjoyed it all. We'd definitely do this hike again! Maybe even take it down to Muir beach.
Parking available near round about along with bathroom which is nice. I recommend hand sanitizer though. Short and a little steep, but well worth it. The view is stunning and much better than pulling off on the side of road with tourist. Highly recommend.
Very nice hike, worth noting that you can also drive your car down the hill, take a left and you can find parking with access to Rodeo Valley Trail which takes you to the Miwok / Bobcat intersection. Views are great at the top, you can see the Bay Bridge and Golden Gate through the hills. When you're down, its worth a drive down to the beach
This trail was so great!! We took a dog with us, didn't run into any trouble. We took the trail counter clockwise( I definitely recommend going this way). It's a long gradual way up and around but on the way down back you get the amazing views of the coast and get to have fun with all the old military stuff around. I also recommend taking a little detour and going up to Hill 88. Bunkers and views await up there. The trails are extremely well marked and maintained. We went on a weekday so parking wasn't hard, but there is lots of options right by the beach on Mitchell Rd. And if you follow along there is also a big parking lot with bathrooms. It was a cool sunny, slightly windy day but if you go in the summer bring lots of water because there is practically zero shade along the whole trail. AMAZING HIKE!!
I've added some pictures from this hike on: http://vsco.co/daianasegura/
The rodeo trail portion is a wide dirt road with a steady moderate uphill grade. It is well traveled by horses and dogs - beware their leavings. The views from the top are excellent and the single track portion of the loop is lovely. Next time we'll opt for a longer loop that sticks to single tracks. The trail is well drained, excellent for rainy and foggy weather hiking.
This is a basic, flat trail to Tennessee Beach and back. The first half or so is paved. Lots of parking. This could be a quick run, walk, or mt bike ride. I read the sign on the way out that says no dogs...oops. I get it, as many people don't pick up after their pets. I gave this a 3rd star because the small, private beach is cool.