Redwood City has 5 hiking trails. These trails range from 1 to 20 miles in length. The most popular trails are Edgewood Park and Preserve, Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve and Redwood City and Port of Redwood City - San Francisco Bay Trail. Trails.com member Le T. recently completed Edgewood Park and Preserve.
Redwood City and Port of Redwood City - San Francisco Bay TrailView Trail Details
Redwood City, CA
Paths circle the island between Belmont and Steinberger sloughs in the community known as Redwood Shores. This large-scale development filled ...
Edgewood County Park WaterfallsView Trail Details
Edgewood Park is a small park in Redwood City on the San Francisco peninsula. It covers just 467 acres but provides a welcome sanctuary for locals ...
La Honda WaterfallsView Trail Details
La Honda is located smack in the middle of the Santa Cruz Mountains, between the bustle of Silicon Valley in the east and the scenic ocean views ...
Pulgas Ridge Open Space PreserveView Trail Details
This hike is an easy loop through woods and chaparral at a preserve for dogs and hikers who love them (or at least don’t mind them).
Edgewood Park and PreserveView Trail Details
This hike ascends gently through coast-liveoak and California bay woodlands, then traverses grassland where hikers visiting in spring may see ...