Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve Trails

San Carlos, California

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In the foothills west of San Carlos and just north of Edgewood Park is the 293-acre Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District preserve, featuring a broad central meadow flanked by two wooded canyons. Cordilleras Creek originates in the preserve’s canyons and then flows east to the Bay near the end of Whipple Road, picking up volume from the streams in Edgewood Park. This trail guide includes the following trails: High Meadowlands Loop.

Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve Trails Professional Review and Guide

"In the foothills west of San Carlos and just north of Edgewood Park is the 293-acre Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District preserve, featuring a broad central meadow flanked by two wooded canyons. Cordilleras Creek originates in the preserve’s canyons and then flows east to the Bay near the end of Whipple Road, picking up volume from the streams in Edgewood Park. This trail guide includes the following trails: High Meadowlands Loop."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: San Carlos
Distance: 3
Trail Type: Several options
Duration: 1.5 hours
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly
Local Contacts: Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District
Local Maps: USGS Woodside
Driving Directions: Directions to Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve Trails

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May 2018