Saturday, October 31, 2015

Samuel P Taylor State Park - Trailhead

From the park website...

Samuel P. Taylor State Park’s 2,882 acres offer shady strolls through the stately redwoods along Lagunitas Creek as well as exhilarating hikes to the top of Barnabe Peak, one of the best viewpoints in Marin County.

You can camp among redwoods, bike along the creek, explore easy-to-moderate hiking trails, watch salmon spawn, relax in the shady picnic area, and learn the story of its namesake pioneer. When you’ve finished all that, more adventures await just next door at Point Reyes National Seashore.

Getting there...

Park entrance...

The trailhead is outside the park. Get out the park through the gate entrance, turn right at Sir Francis Drake Boulevard. Watch out for this gate...

Trail: Trailhead - Riding and Hiking Trail - Bernabe Fire Road Loop - Cross Marin Trail - Trailhead

Distance: ~6 miles

Big thanks to California Dept of Parks and Recreation

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~~ CK

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