Best Mountain Biking in Point Reyes

Looking for the best mountain biking in Point Reyes? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Point Reyes. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the incredible Outbound community.

  • Hike or Bike the China Camp Loop

    Park at the lot in the China Camp State Park. Hop onto the Bay View trail to gain to begin the loop trail. Switchbacks take you up to a long and easy path passing through shaded and open areas. Enjoy the grasslands speckled with oak trees and coyo...

    8.9 miles

  • Hike Crane Creek Regional Park

    With multiple loops of varying length, this park is great for anyone looking for a casual hike around a beautiful area in the foothills of Rohnert Park. Crane Creek has nice secluded picnic areas next to the creek in the cover of willow, alder, bu...

    3.5 miles

  • Active Overnight in Marin

    When you think of singletracks and camping (because that's what we all do), most don't think of San Rafael, located in central Marin County. But, the next time you're planning on an adventure to cross the Golden Gate and head North, consider visit...

  • Hike Ring Mountain

    Ring Mountain Open Space is an easy but uphill trail that take you to the top where you can explore more trails.Take the 101 exit for Paradise Dr in Corte Madera, follow the road and park on the side of the road once you pass Westward Dr. Even tho...

    2.5 miles 350 ft gain

  • Hike the Coyote Ridge Loop

    Starting just before the Tennessee Valley parking lot, head out from the Miwok Trailhead. This Mill Valley hike offers incredible views of the San Francisco Bay, the Pacific Ocean (fog permitting of course!), and on occasion, wildlife. Unfortunate...

    5.7 miles 1102 ft gain

  • Sonoma Valley Wine Tour Bike Ride

    This 12 mile bike path starts at a rental shop in Sonoma Country called Sonoma Valley Bike Tours and Rentals. Follow the trail through the quaint residential area and into the back country vineyards and dirt trails. This ride can be anything betwe...

  • Hiking, Swimming, and Fishing in Wine Country

    Annadel State Park is located in the historic Valley of the Moon, just 60 miles north of San Francisco, in Sonoma. This popular 5,200 acre park features a wonderful variety of options to explore, boasting views of the Sonoma Valley, rolling meadow...

  • Bike or Run in McLaren Park

    Beyond McLaren's family friendly playgrounds and picnic areas, there are miles of single track to explore. There isn't one specific route through the park, but the loop is best ridden counter-clockwise. The easiest way to enter the park is near Cr...

  • Hike the Seaview and Big Springs Trail

    The trail is dog and horse friendly, and many trail loops make Tilden Regional Park fun for families and those of any skill level. The Seaview and Big Springs Trail loop is typically used by avid hikers, trail runners, or mountain bikers. The firs...

    4.3 miles 1072 ft gain

  • Hike the Oat Hill Mine Trail

    The incline on this trail begins pretty much right away and is fairly gradual for the entire hike, some of it is quite rocky, making this an easy to moderate level hike. However, with some shade (probably wouldn't attempt it on a hot summer day) a...

    8.3 miles

  • Hike the Sibley Volcanic Trail

    The Sibley Volcanic Trail is a 3.8 mile loop that is great for all skill levels. The trail is best used from June - December, and is shared by kids, trail runners, mountain bikers, and hikers. Watch for wildlife and wildflowers.  There is little t...

    3.8 miles 757 ft gain

  • Hike the Huckleberry Nature Path Trail

    The hike is shady in most parts. In the spring, wildflowers are abundant (as are Huckleberries and Manzanita). The trail is accessible year round, and is great for hikers, walkers, trail runners, and nature trips.  Start the loop from the Skylin...

    2.3 miles 561 ft gain