Ride San Pedro Mountain Singletrack

Pacifica, California



6 miles

Elevation Gain

1200 ft

Route Type



Added by Isaac Orloff

Rocky, technical single track overlooking panoramic views of Linda Mar beach and the peninsula. 

San Pedro Mountain in Pacifica is home to one of the San Francisco Bay Area's more popular riding areas. There are multiple access points for this network of trails. The main access point is at the end of Higgins way in Pacifica. With only street parking available it is important to be respectful of signs and neighbors. There are some parking zones that are designated for the school so please be mindful and respectful. 

Your adventure starts at Pedro mountain road, a semi paved double-track that meanders around the ridges to the top of San Pedro Mountain. There are several routes of varying difficulty , beginners are advised to stay on the paved double track or the North Peak Access fire road. More experienced riders will enjoy the technical descending of some of the bay areas more technical single track named "Mile" "Crack"and "Boyscout". If these trails are new to you, use caution and perform an inspection run first. for more detailed trail information...  http://www.trailforks.com/regi...

Some of the riding at this location is very technical, do not ride above your skill level and be sure to wear sufficient body protection. These are multiuse trails and have frequent equestrian traffic on Pedro Mountain Road. Use caution and ride safe. 

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