With its iconic 2,571-foot peak and 6,300 acres of parkland, Mt. Tamalpais offers something for everyone: hiking and biking trails, campgrounds, panoramic views, wildflower fields, shady forests, and after a good rain, gushing waterfalls.
This popular park supports diverse habitats and many camping sites. Views extend from the Marin headlands to Mount Diablo and west to the Pacific. Ranger stations and facilites are found throughout the park.
A strenuous, but amazing hike with few people along the Bolinas Ridge with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, Stinson Beach and Point Reyes. Starting at Pantoll Ranger station, follow the Matt Davis trail until in intersects with the Coastal Trail. Take the Coastal Trail until you hit Ridgecrest Blvd, cross the road and enter […]