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Northwestern Pacific Rail Trail

0.8 mi
State: CA
Asphalt

SMART Pathway

70 mi
State: CA
Asphalt
Trail Image Trail Name States Length Surface Rating
From City of Blue Lake website: The Annie & Mary Rail-trail is a conceptual trail that runs from Arcata to Korbel, through the City of Blue Lake. The trail will follow the Arcata and Mad River rail ...
CA 6.8 mi
This planned trail along the Northwestern Pacific right of way through Mendocino would parallel busy highway 101 through the scenic wine country and redwood cloaked valleys of Northern California. The ...
CA 35 mi
The Northwestern Pacific (NWP) Rail Trail was built along the North Coast Railroad Authority's right-of-way in Ukiah in 2015 as acknowledgment that city residents had been using the rail corridor as an ...
CA 0.8 mi Asphalt
From Sonoma County Trails Council: Sebastopol resident Lynn Deedler has big plans to get walkers and bikers off the highways. Though Sebastopol has a reputation for supporting green programs and businesses ...
CA 11 mi
The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) commuter rail line and parallel pathway will stretch 70 miles between Cloverdale and Larkspur. This dual transportation system will connect 14 train stations ...
CA 70 mi Asphalt
The scenic Ten Mile Beach Trail, also referred to by locals as the MacKerricher Haul Road Trail, is part of an old road used to transport lumber from the Ten Mile River watershed to a mill in Fort Bragg. ...
CA 3 mi Asphalt

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Northwestern Pacific Rail Trail

CA - 0.8 miles

The Northwestern Pacific (NWP) Rail Trail was built along the North Coast Railroad Authority's right-of-way in Ukiah in 2015 as acknowledgment that city residents had been using the rail corridor as an ...

SMART Pathway

CA - 70 miles

The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) commuter rail line and parallel pathway will stretch 70 miles between Cloverdale and Larkspur. This dual transportation system will connect 14 train stations ...

Ten Mile Beach Trail (MacKerricher Haul Road Trail)

CA - 3 miles

The scenic Ten Mile Beach Trail, also referred to by locals as the MacKerricher Haul Road Trail, is part of an old road used to transport lumber from the Ten Mile River watershed to a mill in Fort Bragg. ...

Northwestern Pacific Rail Trail

CA - 0.8 miles

The Northwestern Pacific (NWP) Rail Trail was built along the North Coast Railroad Authority's right-of-way in Ukiah in 2015 as acknowledgment that city residents had been using the rail corridor as an ...

SMART Pathway

CA - 70 miles

The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) commuter rail line and parallel pathway will stretch 70 miles between Cloverdale and Larkspur. This dual transportation system will connect 14 train stations ...

Ten Mile Beach Trail (MacKerricher Haul Road Trail)

CA - 3 miles

The scenic Ten Mile Beach Trail, also referred to by locals as the MacKerricher Haul Road Trail, is part of an old road used to transport lumber from the Ten Mile River watershed to a mill in Fort Bragg. ...

Annie and Mary Rail-Trail

CA - 6.8 miles

From City of Blue Lake website: The Annie & Mary Rail-trail is a conceptual trail that runs from Arcata to Korbel, through the City of Blue Lake. The trail will follow the Arcata and Mad River rail ...

Mendocino Rail-with-Trail

CA - 35 miles

This planned trail along the Northwestern Pacific right of way through Mendocino would parallel busy highway 101 through the scenic wine country and redwood cloaked valleys of Northern California. The ...

Northwestern Pacific Rail Trail

CA - 0.8 miles

The Northwestern Pacific (NWP) Rail Trail was built along the North Coast Railroad Authority's right-of-way in Ukiah in 2015 as acknowledgment that city residents had been using the rail corridor as an ...

Petaluma-Sebastapol Trail

CA - 11 miles

From Sonoma County Trails Council: Sebastopol resident Lynn Deedler has big plans to get walkers and bikers off the highways. Though Sebastopol has a reputation for supporting green programs and businesses ...

Accordion

SMART Pathway

CA - 70 miles

The Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit (SMART) commuter rail line and parallel pathway will stretch 70 miles between Cloverdale and Larkspur. This dual transportation system will connect 14 train stations ...

Ten Mile Beach Trail (MacKerricher Haul Road Trail)

CA - 3 miles

The scenic Ten Mile Beach Trail, also referred to by locals as the MacKerricher Haul Road Trail, is part of an old road used to transport lumber from the Ten Mile River watershed to a mill in Fort Bragg. ...

Recent Trail Reviews

Ten Mile Beach Trail (MacKerricher Haul Road Trail)

Beautiful

June, 2015 by cgmarte

Great trail for beginners and seniors!!! Started the trail up at Fort Bragg's glass Beach. Rode haul road to Mackerricker State Park and then north the big a big sand dune area. Reached the end of the trail and headed back. Good 1/2 day trip. This is a great place to bike with kids!!!

Ten Mile Beach Trail (MacKerricher Haul Road Trail)

2009 Update

August, 2009 by david seattle

The pudding creek trestle has been rehabilitated and is now open to bicycle and pedestrian traffic. It is now possible to go from downtown Fort Bragg directly to the haul road trail without using Highway 1.

Ten Mile Beach Trail (MacKerricher Haul Road Trail)

Watch out for the gap in the middle!

August, 2005 by

"July 31st: Despite the high fog that blanketed the coast, we had an enjoyable, but damp ride. From MacKerricher State Park we accessed the North section, just past the massive washout of the trail, and rode till the trail ended in another, abrupt drop-off suitable for horses and mountain bikes. We turned back and used the parallel road to return to the campground – Big mistake for us. We ended up on busy Highway 1 for a short distance which is not comfortable for us casual cyclists. We picked up the South section, just past the break, and rode to the gate at the long trestle bridge. It was gated because the bridge is not safe for any type of human traffic. The advertisements for MacKerricher show a beautiful sunset behind the bridge and we said, “Wow, won’t that be fun to ride across!” Wrong – no one is allow to cross it.. Summary is that it is a nice seaside bike trail with a hole in the middle."

Accordion

Ten Mile Beach Trail (MacKerricher Haul Road Trail)

Great Fun

June, 2004 by

This is a great trail. I've been doing it since I was just a toddler and I've never gotten tired of it. I find a new beauty in it every time.

Ten Mile Beach Trail (MacKerricher Haul Road Trail)

Great Trail

July, 2003 by david seattle

"This is a wonderful trail for biking, hiking and horseback riding. North of Mackerricher Park large sections of trail are washed out or covered with sand. Its necessary to go on the beach.

If biking, stick to the southern section of the trail.

There are great views of the ocean. On a weekday you can have miles of ocean all to yourself. It's best when sunny with a light wind. Russian Gulch has a good canyon bike path if its a windy day."

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