San Bruno Mountain State and County Park Trails

Daly City, California

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San Bruno Mountain rises starkly from the Bay to an elevation of 1314 feet, dominating the northern Peninsula landscape, its bare, steep flanks creased by narrow ravines and a few wooded canyons. The cities of San Francisco, Brisbane, South San Francisco, Colma, and Daly City surround the mountain. From the top of this seemingly barren mountain rising above the cities encircling it, you see the other Bay Area landmark mountains, the Pacific Ocean, San Francisco’s skyscrapers, and the ships on its great Bay. This trail guide includes the following trails: Saddle Loop Trail, Bog Trail, Eucalyptus Loop Trail, Dairy Ravine Loop, Summit Loop Trail, and Ridge Trail to East Peak Vista.

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"San Bruno Mountain rises starkly from the Bay to an elevation of 1314 feet, dominating the northern Peninsula landscape, its bare, steep flanks creased by narrow ravines and a few wooded canyons. The cities of San Francisco, Brisbane, South San Francisco, Colma, and Daly City surround the mountain. From the top of this seemingly barren mountain rising above the cities encircling it, you see the other Bay Area landmark mountains, the Pacific Ocean, San Francisco’s skyscrapers, and the ships on its great Bay. This trail guide includes the following trails: Saddle Loop Trail, Bog Trail, Eucalyptus Loop Trail, Dairy Ravine Loop, Summit Loop Trail, and Ridge Trail to East Peak Vista."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Daly City
Distance: 16.83
Trail Type: Several options
Duration: .5 to 4.5 hours
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
Local Contacts: State of California and San Mateo County
Local Maps: USGS San Francisco South
Driving Directions: Directions to San Bruno Mountain State and County Park Trails

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May 2018