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White Hill Fire Road

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3.4 Miles 5.5 Kilometers


Singletrack

1,219' 372 m

Ascent

-158' -48 m

Descent

8%

Avg Grade (4°)

20%

Max Grade (11°)

1,389' 423 m

High

327' 100 m

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Shared By S. Lengyel

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Typical Marin fire road connects a couple of singletrack trail systems.

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White Hill Fire Road begins near Bothin Youth Center and ends at the beginning of San Geronimo Ridge Road.

The lower section of this fire road is used to access Porcupine Trail. The best way to Porcupine is from the White Hill Trail trailhead off Sir Francis Drake Blvd; take White Hill Trail to Sherwood Forest Fire Road to White Hill Fire Road to access Porcupine Trail. Alternatively, you can start at the Bothin Youth Center using exclusively White Hill Fire Road but this is a steeper climb and you'll miss the White Hill Trail singletrack.

Continuing past Porcupine Trail, you'll reach the top of the Tamarancho trail system at the B-17 Extension just before the awesome Endor flow trail.

White Hill Fire Road continues beyond the Tamarancho access. After a couple of short, steep, 200 ft climbs, you'll reach the San Geronimo Ridge Road. There are some rougher, rockier sections of the road in this segment, including a particularly challenging grunt of a climb just before you reach San Geronimo Ridge Road.

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May 7, 2017
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