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    Laura Cunningham reviewed Big Hendy Long Loop

    25 days ago

    NOT DOG FRIENDLY. It says dogs are allowed on leash but that is not true. We arrived and were told no dogs on any nature trails.

    Laura Cunningham completed Big Hendy Long Loop

    25 days ago

    Laura Cunningham saved Seaview Trail

    3 months ago

    Laura Cunningham completed Mount Sutro Loop

    6 months ago

    Laura Cunningham reviewed Rodeo Valley Loop

    8 months ago

    This is a good, semi-challenging trail. Just the right length for a morning hike.

    If you go to the coordinates that AllTrails provide for the trailhead, they are WRONG. Go past where it says to go (you'll see horse stables on the left, go just past those). You'll see a parkingj lot on the right hand side (if you're headed west) almost directly across from the horse stables. Park there and start your journey! There's a restroom at the parking lot which is nice.

    The first couple of miles are mostly uphill-- a pretty steady incline, but nothing too steep. Then when you turn right onto the SCA trail from Rodeo Valley Trail, the trail gets fairly narrow, so just be careful. There's a fork in the road where the SCA trail turns into the Coastal trail to the left and the Slacker trail to right ACCORDING TO THE SIGN. The AllTrails map shows that if you stay right, you'll be on the Coastal trail, but the sign at the fork says differently-- it shows the Coastal trail only going down to the left (down some stairs). It shows Slacker trail to the right (not Coastal). TAKE SLACKER TRAIL. That is really the one you want to go on. We made the mistake of going left and ended up going part way down the wrong trail and had to hike back up.

    You'll eventually see a sign that shows the way up Slacker Hill (which is marked as Slacker trail on the map). We didn't go up because it was too foggy for a good view.

    When you finally get down to Bunker Rd, toward the end, cross Bunker Rd, but go left and continue walking down the side of the road until you get to Smith trail. The Map shows two trails that connect back to Rodeo Valley Trail, but that is INCORRECT. One of the trails is so overgrown it's impassable, and the other one simply does not exist. So again, when you get to Bunker Rd, cross at the crosswalk, and then just walk down the side of the road to Smith trail to get back to the parking lot.

    Enjoy!

    Laura Cunningham completed Rodeo Valley Loop

    8 months ago

    Laura Cunningham added McLaren Park

    12 months ago

    Laura Cunningham saved Old Railroad Grade

    about 1 year ago

    Laura Cunningham saved Bon Tempe Lake Loop

    about 1 year ago

    Laura Cunningham saved Michako Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Laura Cunningham saved Big Trees Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Laura Cunningham saved Fort Funston Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Laura Cunningham saved Presidio Loop Trail

    about 1 year ago

    Laura Cunningham saved Mount Sutro Loop

    about 1 year ago

    Laura Cunningham saved Goat Mountain Trail

    about 1 year ago