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Ohlone Bluff Trail

 5 votes

Length

4.7 Miles 7.6 Kilometers


Doubletrack

Elevation

67' 21 m

Ascent

-77' -24 m

Descent

1%

Avg Grade (0°)

3%

Max Grade (2°)

74' 23 m

High

47' 14 m

Low

Conditions


Minor Issues 9 days ago
Some Mud - Some puddled up areas on track History

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The wild and scenic California Coast up close.

Bob Gardner

Overview

Family Friendly: Easy ride that can be as short or long as desired with great views all the way.
Dogs: No Dogs

Description

This trail connects the parking areas at the east and west ends of Wilder Ranch State Park hugging the coastline along the edge of oceanside cliffs. From the west end, the trail starts near Four Mile Beach looping around a pond out to the edge of the cliffs. With the ocean on one side, on the inland side, field crops are still grown in the summer. The trail turns inland at Three Mile Beach and runs along the railroad tracks before turning back towards the ocean. At the eastern end, the trail merges with the Old Cove Landing Trail.

Trail can get muddy in wet weather so best to avoid after big storms.

The trail can be ridden as an easy out and back or can be combined with inland trails for a more challenging loop.

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Feb 11, 2018
Cam Martinez
Great for beginners. Breathtaking views of the Pacific. Lots of wildlife. Was fortunate enough to see a pod of dolphins frolicking in shallow waters. 5mi — 2h 00m
Sep 22, 2017
Glenn Ito
Jul 14, 2016
Stephanie Owens
beautiful coastal views

Trail Ratings

  3.8 from 5 votes

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#434

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