San Bruno State Park Summit Loop Trail

Brisbane, California

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Though the sounds of the freeway and urban white noise are unavoidable on the lower trails of San Bruno Mountain, a hike up the mountain makes for an enjoyable visit with local flora and stunning vistas. The mountain’s ridgeline runs in an east– west configuration, with considerable slopes and elevations ranging from 250 feet to 1,314 feet at the summit. A protected zone in Golden Gate National Recreation Area since 1983, the 2,326 acres serve as a model plan for conserving natural habitats in an ever-spreading metropolis. Trails Surface: A short stint on a paved path to single-track dirt trails. Cross a paved service road before descending on dirt paths.

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"Though the sounds of the freeway and urban white noise are unavoidable on the lower trails of San Bruno Mountain, a hike up the mountain makes for an enjoyable visit with local flora and stunning vistas. The mountain’s ridgeline runs in an east– west configuration, with considerable slopes and elevations ranging from 250 feet to 1,314 feet at the summit. A protected zone in Golden Gate National Recreation Area since 1983, the 2,326 acres serve as a model plan for conserving natural habitats in an ever-spreading metropolis. Trails Surface: A short stint on a paved path to single-track dirt trails. Cross a paved service road before descending on dirt paths."

Activity Type: Hiking, Horseback Riding
Nearby City: Brisbane
Distance: 3.8
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 2 hours
Season: Open daily from 8:00 a.m. to dusk
Local Contacts: San Bruno Mountain State and County Park
Local Maps: USGS San Francisco South

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Jun 2018