Great moderate hike!

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3 months ago

Really like the hike however dont use my upload - tried to extend the hike by a few miles and the trail on the map I wanted to use is blocked with no trespassing AND a camera. Easy trailhead to find, trail in good condition, get there early and see the sun rise. The hike is pretty much a fire road but the views are amazing on Marin's second highest ridge. Almost zero cover so start early or bring sunscreen. I will hike again in the winter

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4 months ago

This app labels the miles and elevation wrong. The trail isn't even a full six miles and the elevation is less than the 2K indicated. So it wasn't the workout I was after, but the views were really pretty once you get to the actual loop part and it was very peaceful as few others were around.

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5 months ago

okay, I only saw one hiker. Definitely nice for solitude, not much but rolling hills as far as views go. Didn't fall like 2000 feet gain....

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11 months ago

FitBit tracks about 145 "floors", but it feels like more than that! Spectacular views at the top make the brutal ascent worth it.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

This is actually steeper than we thought it would be. Creeks beautiful and great yo water doggies.

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Sunday, September 04, 2016

Mostly fire road and steep but it's close to home and a good workout with some good bay and Novato views.

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Sunday, August 07, 2016

Great hike. Go clockwise for shade on the way up. Our only issue was bringing older parents. This trail is really steep so not for the out of shape.

Sunday, September 29, 2013

We hike this loop at least once a month, going up what's marked as Queenstone Rd up to the Fire Road, over to Big Rock Ridge and then down the trail which we've dubbed "Goat Trai" since you'd need to be a billygoat to come UP that way. It's a great workout and some very nice scenery especially on the way down as the road winds around the crevasse back down to the stables off Rubicon.

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Sunday, April 07, 2013

Ps this is not year

Sunday, March 10, 2013

A beautiful, steep climb up a natural steep canyon. We only had an hour, and after an hour and a half, we were still climbing, hoping to get to the fire road. We think we were close, but turned back and went down the same way we came. We hiked up and down in about two hours. Count on 3 full hours to do the whole loop. It's a beautiful, natural environment, with great views, and much shade along the way.

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