Hiking the Matt Davis-Steep Ravine Loop!


DATE: Apr 10, 2011
END DATE: Apr 10, 2011

Hike/Event Location: out of Stinson Beach CA

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Meeting Time: 10:00 AM

Max # People: 10

Hike Guiding / Event Fee: No, I will not be asking participants for money

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Come join us for spectacular(moderate level) 7.3 mile Mount Tam loop hike (made up of portions of three different trails) from Stinson Beach to Pantoll and back, through gorgeous woods, high grassy slopes, and a lush steep ravine.

(From Bay Area Hiker website)

..."The Matt Davis Trail is a masterpiece of trail construction - the perfect trail through a spectacular landscape. The entire experience, from Stinson Beach to Pantoll (and back), is a joy. Steep Ravine starts out in a pretty redwood canyon and gets better with each step, as you descend past waterfalls and down a famous ladder. The hike only spends a short time on historic Dipsea, but this segment showcases fabulous, gasp-worthy views of Stinson Beach, the Pacific coastline, and Point Reyes."

Bring a bag lunch/snacks, water, some sun screen, a hat and your fine self.

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Click on the Bay Area Hiker link included above for directions to the trailhead and a longer description of the hike.


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