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Spring Ridge Trail

Intermediate
 3.0 (10)

A fire road that makes a steep and sustained climb to the ridge at Skyline Boulevard.


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Map Key

2.7

Miles

4.4

KM

Doubletrack

1,784' 544 m

High

546' 166 m

Low

1,239' 378 m

Up

0' 0 m

Down

9%

Avg Grade (5°)

22%

Max Grade (12°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

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Description

This fireroad makes a physically challenging climb to Skyline Boulevard. The challenge is in the sustained grade, not the technicality. It is a fairly smooth fire road although tire grip may become a challenge if you want to get out of the saddle. If you descend, be careful of the many hikers who frequent this route.

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Shared By:

Joel Wilson

Trail Ratings

  3.0 from 10 votes

#17086

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  3.0 from 10 votes
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Trail Rankings

#1,447

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#17,086

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Photos

The Meadow Trail begins to enter a corridor lined with trees.
Sep 22, 2016 near Portola…, CA
Spring Ridge Trail enters a shaded grove of trees, a nice break from the sun.
Sep 13, 2016 near Portola…, CA
The view of the preserve and the Stanford Dish beyond from the Spring Ridge Trail.
Sep 22, 2016 near Portola…, CA
Even as it descends into the preserve, the views from the top of the Spring Ridge Trail are spectacular.
Sep 22, 2016 near Portola…, CA

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Jul 11, 2020
Gian Paolo Martire
Those last hills...Advice: No lunch beer on a 95 degree day before the ride. 2.2mi
May 31, 2020
James Bishop
Combined this with Arastradero for a longer ride. Fun downhill on the way back! 26mi — 3h 00m
Oct 27, 2019
Carlos Coral
Mar 28, 2019
Dobromir Montauk
Nov 17, 2018
Joe S
Apr 28, 2018
Gary T
Dec 17, 2017
Yaron Zakai-Or
Jun 24, 2017
Alan Tan