Marin Headlands Trail is a 10.1 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Mill Valley, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
I love this place
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
Views are spectacular! Perfectly challenging, not too difficult for my nine year old son.
This is a combination of a few trails, so if you're just going off signs it's easy to get lost if you're not familiar with the area (I'm not). The AllTrails map helped me stay on track though! Beautiful views at the top of the loop, great place to stop and eat lunch if you're making a day of it. The end of the trail is along a windy road, so be careful on the tight shoulders, otherwise great!
One of my favorite hikes. Pretty steep climb most of the way, with very little shade so bring some sun protection. You can get a great view of Marin and the Golden Gate Bridge at the top of this loop!
I started from the Coastal Trail, then the Bobcat Trail, and continued to the Rodeo Valley Trail for a total of 7.8 miles. While I was hiking fog was rolling in so it blocked the Sun and keep me cool all the way. It was a great afternoon hike.
Would have a been a great walk except for the road part at the end. Otherwise it was great! Lol
Good, nice wise single track, good mix up uphill and descent , nice views
Hiked early morning - heavy fog made for a cool hike but blocked what I would assume are incredible views
Great view, and easy trail!
Did the Tennessee valley, part of coastal trail to the top and then back down to Tennessee beach a total of 7 miles. Good hike, parts of coastal pretty steep, Tennessee valley is an easy hike. Wide paths, just no shade so wear sunblock and a hat on a rare sunny day in the bay.