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    Skyline Trail

    Jacks Peak County Park, California
    Distance0.2mi
    Elevation Gain164ft
    Trailhead Elevation1,047ft
    Top1,047ft
    Elevation Min/Max941/1047ft
    Elevation Start/End1047/1047ft

    Skyline Trail

    Skyline Trail is a hiking and horse trail in Monterey County, California. It is within Jacks Peak County Park. It is 0.2 miles long and begins at 1,047 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 164 feet. The trail ends near the 10, 9, 12, 5, 6, 13, and 11 information guideposts. There are also benches and a viewpoint near the end of the trail.
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    Linda Mullaly & David Mullaly
    "Although dogs must be on leash in this park, this hike remains one of the most enjoyable and easy jaunts in Monterey. On a clear day, the views are unbeatable, and as far as pooch is concerned, leash or no leash, a pine forest is a cafeteria of smells no dog wants to miss." Read more
    "Jacks Peak County Park sits on a wooded ridge that separates the Monterey Peninsula from Carmel Valley. The 525-acre ridgetop preserve has 1 1 interconnecting hiking and equestrian trails that cover over 8.5 miles.The Skyline Trail, a self-guided nature trail set amid native Monterey pines, traverses Jacks Peak to its 1 ,068-foot sum- mit. Jacks Peak is the highest point on the Monterey Peninsula. The Skyline Trail offers some of the best views of the peninsula. From the peak are picturesque bird’s-eye views of Carmel Valley, the Santa Lucia Mountains, Carmel, Point Lobos, the Monterey Peninsula, and the Pacific. Interpretive pamphlets highlight the geology, forest ecology, plants, and birds." Read more

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    Jacks Peak County Park
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    Best Hikes with Dogs: Central California

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