Horseback Riding Trails Near Olema, CA
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Horseback Riding Trails Near Olema, CA

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Olema has 31 horseback-riding trails. These trails range from 2 to 15.4 miles in length. The most popular trails are Wildcat Loop, Bear Valley Trail to Arch Rock and Wildcat Camp and Beach via the Greenpicker Trail. Trails.com member Dean S. recently completed Sir Francis Drake Bikeway / Cross Marin Bike Trail. See all Olema trails.
Best Trails in Olema 31 Results
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The transition from forested ridge to open coast is the highlight of this trip. You follow ...
Extending out to windswept bluffs at the northern tip of the seashore, the Tomales Point ...
The well-loved Bear Valley Trail continues beyond Divide Meadow to Arch Rock, where a ...
Forested mountaintop and crashing surf are linked together by the steep up and down of ...
Fern, fir, and huckleberry knit these trails together, weaving a shady route perfect for ...
This roller-coaster ride takes you down the rift zone of the San Andreas Fault. Though ...
Ridgetop and valley bottom, healthy forest and forest devastated by fire, coastal bluffs ...
One of the most popular and accessible routes in the park, the Bear Valley Trail leads ...
Leading to the highest point in the park, the summit trail on Mount Wittenberg serves ...
This exploration of the coastal habitats near Limantour Beach includes passage through ...
These relatively little-used trails feature views that extend out over Drakes Bay and ...
The airy heights of the Douglas fir forest on the west-facing slopes of Mount Wittenberg ...
Arguably the easiest climb to a backcountry camp in Point Reyes National Seashore, this ...
Tracing the eastern bluffs of Creamery Bay, the Bull Point Trail wanders through pasturelands—and ...
Towering almost 150 feet above the narrow strip of water separating the Limantour Spit ...
Vast congregations of shorebirds gather on the mudflats off Sunset Beach to rest, feed, ...
This is one of the most easily accessed trails for a coastal experience in Point Reyes. ...
From the meadows of Bear Valley, the hike enters a lush forest of Douglas fir and oak ...
This short walk crosses pastures to reach two small ponds with lots of birdlife. Continue ...
This hike is worth the extra effort it takes to arrange a shuttle trip. Begin along the ...
The Stewart Trail is the only trail in the vicinity open to bikes, and is cyclists’ only ...
A delightful romp through the woods, this route takes you up the ridge, circles Firtop, ...
This route climbs the narrow, shaded Greenpicker Trail through a dense Douglas-fir forest. ...
This is a strenuous hike, but one with plenty of variety. Beginning in dense forest, the ...
This is a strenuous hike, but it offers plenty of variety in return for its toughness. ...
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