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    José Aguilar reviewed Coast Trail- Limantour to Sculptured Beach

    about 1 year ago

    Awesome trail for Trail Running. Coast Trail trailhead is right off Limantour Road and if you're an endurance athlete the Coast Trail literally covers almost the entire Drakes Bay portion of Point Reyes National Seashore. You could take it as far south as the Alamere Falls trailhead at the southern part of the peninsula. Soft dirt trails, awesome wood bridges and creeks, absolutely stunning coastline, amazing wildlife viewing, private secluded beaches! Truly one of the best trails in California. I ran it from beginning to Arch Rock (which sadly collapsed) and then back again for a 16 mile run.

    José Aguilar reviewed French Trail and Stream Trail Loop via Skyline Blvd

    about 1 year ago

    As good as it gets for trail running purposes. Start in the parking lot follow signs for Stream Trail. It's downhill then levels out with beautiful shady groves following a small Creek, which was still flowing in mid August. Once you transfer over to the West Ridge Trail it's a butt kicker in terms of elevation gain but overall this is now going to be one of my go to runs in this area!

    José Aguilar reviewed Indian Joe Creek Trail

    about 1 year ago

    This trail is closer to 4 miles than 5.5. It is a climb but you get to cruise on the way down, kind of a fun figure eight Loop with an awesome farm / barn picnic area and pretty well marked dirt trails. Shady patches. Indian Joe Creek was dry as a bone when I ran this trail in late July. $5 parking fee. Bring cash.

    José Aguilar completed Indian Joe Creek Trail

    about 1 year ago

    José Aguilar reviewed Lake Trails Loop

    over 1 year ago

    Really cool park on a hill side with great views! Rolling hills but be aware that a lot of the trails cross cross often so it can get a little confusing if you're trying to wing it. I tried to stick to the map on this app but must have deviated because my run came out to 5.5 miles. Some places are pretty rocky so watch your ankles. Some shady spots but a lot of sun exposure. Cool pond and lake great for wildlife viewing.

    José Aguilar completed Lake Trails Loop

    over 1 year ago

    José Aguilar reviewed Shell Ridge - Borgess Ranch Loop

    over 1 year ago

    Best for Trail Running! This trail is all dirt with minimal rocky patches. Rolling hills was able to sprint the downhills with no fear of rolling an ankle or hitting a hard rock. The ground felt cushioned beneath my feet. Scenery is rolling hills with chaparral oak trees scattered throughout. No shade so wear sunblock. Pretty fun trail. Came out to 4.97 miles on my Nike+ GPS tracker.

    José Aguilar reviewed Sycamore Creek Trail

    over 1 year ago

    There is a large parking lot. Says parking is $7 but no attendant day I was there and they do not take credit cards so bring cash and put it in an envelope. As for the trail, I ran from the entrance I followed Arroyo Valle Trail. Mainly concrete and open area. Very little to no shade. Ran past the footbridge all the way to a nearby regional park before running back on the Dry Creek trail which hugged the outside of the park. Some wine grape fields. Overall the Dry Creek trail was dirt with some stones. Perfect for a flat fast trail run.

    José Aguilar completed Sycamore Creek Trail

    over 1 year ago

    José Aguilar reviewed Guy West Bridge to Goethe Park

    over 1 year ago

    This is an excellent close to 5 mile loop trail. I usually park in La Riviera on the South Side of the American River near the Howe Avenue Bridge. It's easy to access the river trail. Run west towards the Guy West Bridge then crossover and follow the trail to the Watt Ave Bridge then cross back over. If you stick to the main trail there are dirt trails next to the main bike trail. There are a lot of Side trails you can hop on if you're feeling more adventurous. No traffic so need to stop and go, perfect for runners.

    José Aguilar reviewed Lodi Lake Nature Trail

    over 1 year ago

    If you're looking for a shady run on a dirt trail then this is it. Park on Laurel street and head towards the entrance. This trail is essentially laid out as an infinity loop. 3 places to start from and they all bring you back to Point A. All in all you have dirt trail for 2/3 of the trail. The center trail is asphalt and you'll be running through a shady grove, next to small ponds, creeks as well as the impressive Mokelumne River. Small markers for wildlife viewing. Doing all 3 sections the trail is 1.8 miles. Flat fast and fun terrain.

    José Aguilar completed Lodi Lake Nature Trail

    over 1 year ago

    José Aguilar reviewed Baltimore Canyon, Dawn Falls Trail

    over 1 year ago

    There is a small dirt road and limited parking. You will see a sign saying stop but go just ahead and you'll find parking. I recommend running first towards Dawn Falls then hitting the switchbacks up then loop back around following fire trail. Keep an eye out for your trail marker heading back down. Pretty steep descent take it slow. Then you'll reach the trail you started on and follow it and the creek back towards your parked car. Super shady and creek runs well during rainy season. Dawn Falls itself is a very impressive little waterfall but does dry up quickly in late spring. Great trail with elevation gains. Cool redwoods, covered forest, water features and well paved fire trail. 5 mile balloon loop trail.

    José Aguilar reviewed William Land Park Trail

    over 1 year ago

    One of my go to local places for running. So there are 3 major sections to land park. The largest section alone is a little under 2 miles between Land Park, 13th, Freeport & Sutterville. The next largest section between 13th, Riverside, Land Park and 11th is about 1 mile. The final smallest section between 15th, Land Park, Park Rd is under 3/4 miles. Super shady except for Freeport section. Dirt trail all the way around the Park great on your joints. Great for running or training. Small workout stations around certain sections of Park. Zoo, Funderland and Fairytale Town located within the park. Crowded mostly weekends. Close to the Sacramento River Trail as well.

    José Aguilar completed William Land Park Trail

    over 1 year ago

    José Aguilar reviewed Sacramento Waterfront Trail

    over 1 year ago

    I would recommend parking near Matsui Park. You can then choose to run north through Discovery Park or head south and you'll reach Old Sac in less then a mile. Old Sac itself has asphalt, dirt, cobblestone streets and wooden deck. Relatively small area about 6 or 7 city blocks. Super duper crowded on weekends and midday weekdays. Light crowds early morning. If you run past Old Sac heading south you'll have an asphalt trail following the Sacramento River towards Land Park. Mostly sunny.

    José Aguilar completed Sacramento Waterfront Trail

    over 1 year ago

    José Aguilar reviewed American River Bike Trail (Jedediah Smith Memorial Trail)

    over 1 year ago

    This is the very best running trail(s) that cut right through the heart of Sacramento following the American River from the confluence at the Sacramento River (Discovery Park) and reaches Folsom in 28+ miles. You will have a well paved asphalt trail used by bikers as well as some sweet dirt trails that get you away from the crowds and into some pretty scenic forested river settings. Tons of different places to start / stop runs so your potential trail possibilities are endless based on how long you plan on running. Perfect for marathon training. Mile markers on asphalt trails. Gets crowded weekends. Light crowds midday weekdays. Check for flooding closures during rainy seasons. NOTE: Vagrancy camps are scattered throughout trails. Be fully aware of your surroundings. Cell service throughout trail.

    José Aguilar reviewed Capitol Park Loop Trail

    over 1 year ago

    Capitol Park is a 1.10 mile loop trail around the state Capitol. Mostly concrete some places to run on grass, dirt but mostly sidewalk concrete. Best time to run early morning or late evenings weekdays (Work Walkers midday gets crowded). Weekends are good all day. Cool stuff in park including a Giant Sequoia, Vietnam War Memorial, and rose garden.

    José Aguilar completed Capitol Park Loop Trail

    over 1 year ago

    José Aguilar reviewed Gibson Ranch Regional Park Loop Trail

    over 1 year ago

    There is plenty of parking (I parked near dog park then ran towards the creek past the horses). Trail is mainly dirt you can do a full circumference following the fence line around the park. Running through farmland, don't spook the cows, then eventually you curve back around following main road in park only to turn left near park entrance follow trail back to creek and then back to where you started. 1/2 shady - 1/2 sunny. 4+ mile run.