Trailhead: South end of parking lot
Length: 1-2 total miles
Typical Width: 4 ft. & above
Typical Grade: Gentle
Terrain: HardThe trail’s asphalt surface was cracked and buckled along much of the route, with weeds growing up thickly through the cracks in places, making for a bumpy and occasionally challenging ride. The grass along the trail’s edge had been mown earlier in the year and the grass left to blow and drift in mounds across the path, adding to the challenge.
DescriptionFrom the trailhead you travel up a gentle slope through grasslands dotted with coyote brush and poppies. On my visit in July, swallows swooped and glided along the hillsides, and fat bumblebees buzzed among the dandelions. I could feel the warmth of the sun trying to break through the dense, blowing fog. You quickly come to a fork in...
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Reviewed by Eileen Ecklund, July 8, 2010
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