Distance

9.8 Miles

Elevation Gain

1794 Feet

Activities

Mountain Biking, Running, Hiking, Fitness

Skill

Advanced

Season

Year Round

Type

Loop

Easy Parking
Groups
Picnic Area
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

The Sinks Trail is a 9.8 mile loop featuring a beautiful limestone canyon, lush green fields, wildflowers, and wildlife.

Dogs are not allowed in the park, but the trails are family friendly. This trail is often shared by hikers, mountain bikers, and trail runners. This particular loop takes between 3-4 hours depending on pace. Please note there is very little shade available along the trail. 

The Sinks Trail, in Limestone Canyon Regional Park, is only open certain days of the month so check before you go!

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Photos: Rachel Titiriga

Community Photos

Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations.

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Distance

9.8 Miles

Elevation Gain

1794 Feet

Activities

Mountain Biking, Running, Hiking, Fitness

Skill

Advanced

Season

Year Round

Type

Loop

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