Beautiful trail - not too heavily trafficked on Memorial Day weekend. Parking was fairly easy. Only hiccup was a bridge is closed near Muir Woods to protect the breeding ground of a sensitive species, so they send you on a fairly lengthy detour so it can up the mileage. But the views from the top are worth it!

Went on 5-24 and trail was open to walkers and bikers but all trail heads are closed to parking. First part is up a road and then into the mt! Would do again!

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bridge out
over grown
rocky
4 days ago

hiking
4 days ago

We had to start the hike at Stinson beach, Muir Woods is closed and there is no parking allowed anywhere on Panoramic HWY. We parked on Shoreline Hwy near Stinson Beach. The hike was beautiful and had a good mix of shaded and sunny spots. It was 11 miles total roundtrip, lots of stairs. People were very polite and many wore masks. We will definitely do this hike again, the views and scenery is so beautiful!

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bridge out
4 days ago

Dipsea bridge is out (in Muir Woods), you’ll take Deer Park Fire Road, which is off Muir Woods Road 0.5mile south of the parking lot. Heavy poison oak, long sleeves and pants advisable. We took two cars - left one on the side of the road just before you arrive into Stinson (no ticketing!) and started at mile 1 (where we parked in front of the library). People wore masks and just covered their faces when walking by, everyone was polite and it was a bit crowded. People are excited to be out!

Absolutely loved this hike. There is a part where you hike down to a beach and tons of just amazing views all around. Moderate hiking ability.

Is park closed or no? one person on here said closed. wish they would update that on here so we know. driving from sacramento

All day effort with all sorts of different environments to go through. Highly recommend lunch at Stinson halfway. also zig zag trail is a very minor trail that you find after passing the Marin fire station on hog back road, then turning all the way around left to gravity car Rd and picking it up on the right. Zig zag doesn't appear on hiking maps so be aware of it's location before hand!

every possible entry to this trail is closed, no side road parking.

Parking now is closed so we had to park along the road which added 1 mile to the hike. Fog over the bay was magical, but east pick views were way better, this is why I would give it 4 stars, not 5. I like the hike because of a variety of sceneries. And it is mainly shaded, so it is good for a hot day.

Good trail but closed due to COVID-19.

Hi is anybody able to tell me if this trail is open and accessible. if so, how is the parking situation. thank you

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24 days ago

Make your ass tight Tonky trail - super steep and scratchy bushy

Yikes... took the bikes on the wrong trail.. crazy lol lots of fun though...

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bugs
closed
muddy
25 days ago

I came here 5/2/2020 & the trail is still open, there’s just certain routes that are closed but there’s always a detour. The trail was fairly easy to navigate with this app but it was 8 miles from the beginning all the way to the beach. It is hard mostly bc of all the steep stairs. Not kid or dog friendly but I would recommend if you are an experienced hiker. Overall had a lot of fun & would do it again

Amazing views! ended up taking a side trail because original was too steep for our liking today.

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29 days ago

Parking lot currently closed

Beautiful views

Leaving the neighborhood behind and passing through a brief stand of Eucalyptus opens up to sweeping valley views and the promise of coastal adventures to come. It's an exposed trail that could be challenging on a windy day, but the width of the main path resembles a fire road. Eventually, as you reach the cliffs overlooking the north side of the Golden Gate passage, the trail transitions to a fun single track that winds its way along the California coast.

Excellent trail! Bit of bouldering at the top. Steep fern creek. Clouds and creeks and waterfalls.

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closed
scramble
1 month ago

The Tennessee Valley trailhead parking is closed. Plan to park along Tennessee Valley Road and take the Miwok trail to the trailhead, adding an additional mile to the beginning and end of your hike. Worth it!

Park was closed today due to the coronavirus outbreak. Very disappointed, I was hoping to get away...

Parts of the trail were closed but was still able to do a loop. Tacked on a couple of miles. Came to 15.3 miles and 5600 elevation gain

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2 months ago

Came here Sunday 3/15. (It was closed later that day or the next due to the coronavirus so we were lucky to be able to visit.) We enjoyed this trail. It provided us a nice little workout with stunning surroundings. Even with a little rain it was still beautiful. Not crowded once you're out if the wood plank walkways closer to the visitor center. You must have reservations for parking - we saw them turn people away at the gate without them. Lovely place.

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