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    Steven Richardson saved Darrington Trail

    about 1 month ago

    Steven Richardson reviewed Cataract Falls Trail

    4 months ago

    This is one of my favorite trails in the Bay Area. Starting just past the dam at alpine lake, the trail takes you along one of the streams that feed the lake. You gain 1000+ elevation, but the beauty of the cascading water next to you the whole way takes your mind off the work of climbing the stairs and inclines. The trail has many trees to provide shade, and the area has a lot of ferns, moss, and other vibrant foliage to please the eye. To extend the hike, I recommend heading west at laurel dell fire road, cross ridgecrest boulevard, take coastal trail to Matt Davis, then up to pantoll. Take old mine trail to rock spring and head back down cataract trail.

    Steven Richardson saved Pipiwai Trail

    5 months ago

    Steven Richardson saved Bassi Falls

    11 months ago

    Steven Richardson updated Cataract Falls to Stinson Beach

    12 months ago

    Steven Richardson updated Diablo Rock City to Summit

    12 months ago

    Steven Richardson updated Greenpicker Wildcat Alamere Falls Loop

    12 months ago

    Steven Richardson updated Greenpicker Glen Wildcat Alamere Falls Lake Ranch Bolema

    12 months ago

    Steven Richardson updated Greenpicker Glen WIldcat Ridge

    12 months ago

    Steven Richardson reviewed Garden to Sky

    12 months ago

    I came into the island on a cruise ship and took the first tender boat over for a morning run. For those in this same situation, the total distance from dock to the top and back is 6.5 miles. I ran through the town of Avalon and made my way up the road toward Wrigley Memorial and botanical garden. The entrance is $7. Cool cacti in the garden and the memorial was beautiful. The trail starts at the memorial. There is not a lot of shade going up. The trail is wide, but covered in pebbles. I didn't have my running shoes, so my feet suffered. The view from the top is nice, you can see the ocean on both sides of the island from there. It was a great run to work off some of that cruise ship food and drink.

    Steven Richardson completed Garden to Sky Trail

    12 months ago