Dogs on Leash Allowed, Peninsula

Old Mori Road to Sharp Park Beach

Screenshot_20170406-151534If you are looking for a short flat trail along the coast you need to see Old Mori Trail. It is part of the 110 acre Mori Point Park that is being managed by the Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Ask you walk towards the beach, you will see some ponds and wetlands the serves as the breeding habitat of the now endangered California red-legged frog. It is also the home of the San Francisco garter snake that is facing extinction. Researchers estimated that here are only 1,000 – 2,000 adult snakes remaining. Brush rabbits are also common running between shrubs and open areas. During the winter season you might be lucky to see migrating whales on the horizon.

Trail Information

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  • Bathroom located on the left side of theĀ trailhead
  • Starting Elevation: 57 ft
  • Total Miles: 2.2
  • Total Elevation Gain +19 ft / -56 ft
  • Trail type: Out and Back
  • Terrain: Compact Dirt
  • No Dog Fees
  • Dogs are allowed on leash

How to Get Here

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  • Free parking

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