Tiburon Ridge Open Space

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Trail Distance: 2.2 miles
Time Estimate: 1 hr 10 min+
Elevation Gain: 583 feet
Leash Rule: On Leash
Difficulty: Moderate
Parking: Free
Route Type: Point-to-point
Restroom: Unknown
Description
The Tiburon Ridge Open Space Preserve features 15 acres of natural preserve sitting high atop the hills of Highway 101 overlooking the scenic San Francisco Bay area. Although accessing the Tiburon Ridge Open Space Preserve can be tricky, this area is a pawpular destination among dog-walkers thanks to the Preserve's serene landscape and wooftacular views. The Tiburon Ridge Open Space Preserve is one of the many Preserves in the area, but this spot is the only place where you and your canine can explore freely on unmarked paths, or go on a designated hiking trail known as the Ring Mountain Fire Road Trail, the Preserve's most pawpular trail. 


To access the Preserve and the main trail that begins in it, park on Central Ct/Creekside Way. Remember this is a residential area, so mind your manners! You will cross a closed gate and begin your steady climb up grassy hills on the Ring Mountain Fire Rd Trail. The view becomes even more amazing as you ascend, giving way to unhampered views of the San Francisco Bay.

The Preserve is up for exploring, that is if you wish to explore its spacious grassland, you're more than welcome to follow the lined dirt paths. However, don't get lost! Though that will be quite hard to do, as the Ring Mountain Fire Rd Trail is pretty straightforward, and the Preserve fairly navigable with its many trails. You can do a quick loop of the Tiburon Ridge Open Space Preserve by exiting via Los Altos Access (or vice versa, by beginning your hike here). Otherwise, continue along the Tiburon Ridge to reach the end of the Ring Fire Mountain Rd Trail which ends up in the Ring Mountain Open Space Preserve next to Paradise Cay.

The Tiburon Ridge Open Space Preserve offers you and your pup an exciting adventure! This trail is fairly easy, so no need to pack your hiking gear. Remember to pack out what you pack in and as always, leave nothing but pawprints! 

Trail Features
Grassland, Mountains, Diverse Landscape
Wildflowers, Scenic
Cautions & Considerations
The trail (and Preserve) can become slippery and muddy after a heavy rain. Be cautious not to diverge too far off unmarked trails. The area is leash-friendly only, so keep your pup close by at all times. Remember to close all gates that you pass and respect the preserve by disposing of any dog waste or trash you see.
Address
8 Creekside Way
Mill Valley, CA 94941
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Address
8 Creekside Way
Mill Valley, CA 94941
Hours
Mon Open 24 Hours
Tue Open 24 Hours
Wed Open 24 Hours
Thu Open 24 Hours
Fri Open 24 Hours
Sat Open 24 Hours
Sun Open 24 Hours