Deer Park Fire Road

Mount Tamalpais Watershed, California

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Deer Park Fire Road is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Fairfax, California. It is within Mount Tamalpais Watershed. It is 1.1 miles long and begins at 529 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 485 feet. The trail ends near the Deer Park School.
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Deer Park Fire Road is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Fairfax, California. It is within Mount Tamalpais Watershed. It is 1.1 miles long and begins at 529 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.3 miles with a total elevation gain of 485 feet. The trail ends near the Deer Park School. This trail connects with the following: Six Points Trail, Concrete Pipe Road, Moore Trail, Bald Hill Trail, Dear Park Trail and Oak Tree Junction Trail.
Activity Type: Hiking, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking, Road Biking, Trail Running, Walking
Nearby City: Mount Tamalpais Watershed
Distance: 1.1
Elevation Gain: 485 feet
Trailhead Elevation: 529 feet
Top Elevation: 529 feet
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Driving Directions: Directions to Deer Park Fire Road
Parks: Mount Tamalpais Watershed
Elevation Min/Max: 197/529 ft
Elevation Start/End: 529/529 ft

Deer Park Fire Road Professional Reviews and Guides

"A steep and rutted fire road takes you down Repack, legendary trail of the first mountain bike race. Unfortunately, there is no pickup truck to take you to the top these days. You have to earn this ride. On Pine Mountain Ridge there are some equally steep and much rockier climbs to tackle before stepping back in time. Ride with a buddy; the river crossings at the end can make for a good laugh in the wet season. This is still one of Joe Breezeā€™s favorite rides. Trail surface: 63 percent fire road and 37 percent paved road."

"This hike along roads and trails explores the hills and canyons west of Bald Hill offering great views, dark forests and lovely wildflowers. Can be muddy or dusty and has bicycle traffic."

"This is a good wildflower hike that begins in a canyon, then climbs the north slopes of Bald Hill. Great views of Mt. Tam and Bolinas Ridge. Some bicycle traffic."

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May 2018