Pacifica Municipal Pier and Mori Point
Sharp Park Promenade to Old Mori Road
Trailhead: Beach Blvd.and Santa Rosa Ave.
Length: Over 4 total miles
Typical Width: 4 ft. & above
Typical Grade: Mostly level or gentle
Terrain: FirmThe route described here is a combination of pavement, boardwalk, and hard-packed dirt and gravel. Some sections may be sandy, while others may be muddy and rutted, with pools of standing water.
For a smoother ride I suggest you just take the Old Mori Road Trail and bypass the rough levee trail that runs between the beach and Sharp Park Golf Course.
DescriptionFrom the pier, head south on the paved promenade that travels along Beach Boulevard for a few blocks, to Clarendon Road. From there, if you can manage a short but steep and sometimes sandy slope, you can access a hard-packed dirt and rock levee trail and continue south for another .5 miles to the end of the beach...
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The facilities listed below meet all of our access criteria unless otherwise noted.
Accessible Parking: Yes
Accessible Restroom: Yes
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|Pier/Sharp Park Beach: City of Pacifica; Mori Point: Golden Gate National Recreation Area
|Beach Blvd. and Montecito Ave
|(650) 738-3760; Mori Point: (415) 561-4323
|Trails: Always open. Pier: Daily, 4 am-10 pm, except when surf is high.
Reviewed by Eileen Ecklund, August 23, 2012
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