Looking for a great trail near Belmont, California? AllTrails has 5 great hiking trails, trail running trails, walking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails in Fort Funston, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Water Dog Lake Open Space or Plainfield Twp Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 3 easy trails in Belmont ranging from 2.9 to 6.7 miles and from 239 to 721 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!





Belmont, California Map

The gate at Pulgas Temple was close! Visiting hours are from 9am to 330pm Monday thru Friday, closed on weekends

Hike with Ann and nghi!

no shade
19 days ago

nice trail overall. shadey and sunny bits. lots of bikers so be careful! but otherwise good amount of ups n downs!

Perfect size loop to start off the day

A big fence right next to you and the highway on the other side. Some nice views but you feel claustrophobic for most of it and have no sense of escape

Great hike! Some muddy spots in winter, but not a big deal. Good for dogs. Watch for mountain bikes. Good views out over the Belmont hills neighborhoods and even some glimpses of the bay. Recommend!

Very nice scenic hike. Good views of the bay and good conditions for running or a nice walk.

2 months ago

Wonderful hike for a date and dog walk. Lake was beautiful! Surrounded by wonderful trees!

bridge out
private property
2 months ago

HARD. Very technical and fun! Sharp switchbacks.

Slow incline most of the way which is perfect for a light sweat but nothing too hard. Signs for ticks, rattlesnakes, and mountain lions. Open trails with a little shade along the way. Alright views.

Not bad, there are a few places to hide and have outdoor nookie

not bad. good for trail running.

There is a chain link fence running right next to the trail, for most of the hike. On the other side is the highway. OK for a walk, if you are nearby, but not a great way to visit nature.

entrance to trail #10 is discreet, no parking lot, only street parking at residential area. easy trails - lots of choices as the trails are weaving up andown the valley, most of them have no shades. lots of bugs. overall, it is pleasant and there are a few scenic spots to view the bay.

not as good as the Sawyer camp trail

Crystal Springs is beautiful, but have to be seen through chain link fence.

This is not easy! We started at the Lake & Hallmark Dr trailhead, and immediately you are going downhill on a pebbles trail. I am so glad I didn't bring my dog or else he would be dragging me down since he is a very eager hiker.

5 months ago

Lots of poison oak, poor signage. Really close to homes so it’s hard to feel like you are in nature. Maybe it’s better in the winter/spring.

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