Trails Near Garland Ranch Regional Park - Monterey County, CA

Coordinate

Latitude: 36.51191
Longitude: -121.82245

Nearest City
Carmel, CA (4 miles away)

Garland Ranch Regional Park, a park located in Monterey County, California. Topo map of lat 36.5119 and long -121.8225. Topo maps, latitude and longitude coordinates, and address for Garland Ranch Regional Park.


Nearby Trails

  • Horseshoe Trail
    Horseshoe Trail is a hiking trail in Monterey County, California. It is 0.6 miles long and begins at 615 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.3 miles with a total elevation ga…

    From the guidebook Mountain Biking Virginia

    Trails in Monterey County, CA - Hiking, Trail Running, Walking - 0.6 miles long

  • Maple Canyon Trail
    Maple Canyon Trail is a hiking trail in Monterey County, California. It is 0.4 miles long and begins at 578 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.8 miles with a total elevation…

    From the guidebook Mountain Biking Virginia

    Trails in Monterey County, CA - Hiking, Trail Running, Walking - 0.4 miles long

  • Maple Canyon–Fern Canyon Loop
    Garland Ranch Regional Park is home to several different habitats. This hike includes a sampling of several ecosystems. The hike begins at the Carmel River and crosses Lupine Meadow int…

    From the guidebook Day Hikes around Big Sur

    Trails in Carmel Valley, CA - Hiking - 4 miles long

  • Huff 'n Puff Trail
    Huff 'n Puff Trail is a hiking trail in Monterey County, California. It is 0.3 miles long and begins at 615 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.5 miles with a total elevation…

    From the guidebook Mountain Biking Virginia

    Trails in Monterey County, CA - Hiking, Trail Running, Walking - 0.3 miles long

  • Rancho Loop: Cooper Ranch Addition
    The most widely used trailhead for Garland Ranch Regional Park is at the park’s northeast end, directly off of Carmel Valley Road. A visitor center, ranger station, and museum are locat…

    From the guidebook Day Hikes around Big Sur

    Trails in Carmel Valley, CA - Hiking - 3 miles long

  • Snivleys Ridge Trail
    Hikers, horseback riders, and cyclists share most of Garland Park’s expansive 4500-acre trail system and diverse terrain. Many a pup has been initiated to the joy of the trail by rompin…

    From the guidebook Best Hikes with Dogs: Central California

    Trails in Carmel Valley, CA - Hiking - 5.32 miles long

  • Buckeye Nature Trail
    The Buckeye Nature Trail is an interpretive trail through cool, moist woods lined with ferns, fungi, and poison oak in a forest of buckeye, oak, and bay laurel trees. Information statio…

    From the guidebook Day Hikes around Big Sur

    Trails in Carmel Valley, CA - Hiking - 2 miles long

  • Lupine Loop
    Lupine Loop is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Monterey County, California. It is 1.4 miles long and begins at 195 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 1.5 miles with a tot…

    From the guidebook Mountain Biking Virginia

    Trails in Monterey County, CA - Hiking, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking, Road Biking, Trail Running, Walking - 1.4 miles long

  • Snively’s Ridge Trail
    Garland Ranch Regional Park stretches from the willow-lined Carmel River to the crest of the Santa Lucia Range. The 3,464- acre park lies along the northern tip of the range. Over 50 mi…

    From the guidebook Day Hikes around Big Sur

    Trails in Carmel Valley, CA - Hiking - 5.6 miles long

  • East Molera Trail
    East Molera Trail is a hiking trail in Monterey County, California. It is within Los Padres National Forest and Andrew Molera State Park. It is 3.6 miles long and begins at 110 feet alt…

    From the guidebook Mountain Biking Virginia

    Trails in Los Padres National Forest, CA - Hiking, Trail Running, Walking - 3.6 miles long

Garland Ranch Regional Park Photos

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