Jack London State Park to North Sonoma Mountain Regional Park:

Jack London State Historic Park features redwood and oak forests, lively streams, and scattered grasslands on the eastern and northern flanks of Sonoma Mountain.

7.4 miles one-way (includes 2.1 mile connector trail); car shuttle possible


From: Lake Trail in Glen Ellen

To: North Sonoma Mountain Park Trailhead in Santa Rosa

Join the main Ridge Trail route from a 2.1-mile connector trail through redwood and oak forests. The Ridge Trail then travels north on the Mountain Trail and North Sonoma Mountain Ridge Trail. It passes through forests and grasslands on the eastern and northern flanks of Sonoma Mountain; you’ll travel on a fire road to reach lofty heights with grand views of the Sonoma Valley, then descend on a well-designed narrow trail through beautiful oak woodlands.

Elevation Gain/Loss 1,695 feet/1,345 feet one-way

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This trail description is excerpted from the 2019 Guidebook. For details on all trails, trailheads and more buy the book from Wilderness Press.

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