Originally built by the Boy Scouts to provide a route from Camp Pomponio (now the Sheriff’s Honor Camp) to Memorial Park and Portola Parks. After crossing Pescadero Creek (west end) the trail climbs for about a half mile before descending to the Towne Creek area where a small fern grotto can be found. Although the trail generally contours along, short grades are encountered in various areas. Trail users need to carefully follow the signs along this trail as the route changes from single track to fire road in several places, with numerous junctions encountered along the way.
|Surface: Soil||Length: 5.3 miles||Open to: Hikers, Equestrians||Trail Elevation Change: 473 ft. (See Elevation Profile)|