Vistas of rolling golden hills dotted with live oaks make this large patch of open space scenic and serene despite its close proximity to the surrounding neighborhoods.
Because of its many convenient access points, the preserve’s trails and open fire roads attract a variety of hikers, mountain bikers, dog walkers and even folks on horseback. But if you time it right, there’s a good chance you will have the trails all to yourself.
Hike by Jessica Taekman, originally published in the October 2010 issue of Bay Nature magazine Even though the Bay Area has a tremendous variety of open spaces, many people find themselves drawn again and again to one particular park. For lots of folks in Marin, that’s Terra Linda/Sleepy Hollow Ridge, northwest of San Rafael. And […]