Lynch Canyon segment, 4.3 miles one-way (plus 4.3-mile return to trailhead); McGary Road segment, 3.5 miles one-way
From: Redtop Road in Fairfield
To: Hiddenbrooke Parkway in Vallejo
The trail in Lynch Canyon climbs and descends a series of grassy hilltops, and offers stunning 360-degree views. An ideal time to visit is the spring, when dazzling arrays of wildflowers cover the hillsides and the creeks run full. A distinctive feature along the spine of the preserve is a loose aggregation of irregularly shaped rocks graced by wind-sculpted live oak and bay trees. The McGary Road segment is a bike lane that begins at Red Top Road, connecting to Lynch Canyon and the Hiddenbrooke Trail.
Elevation Gain/Loss 665 feet/150 feet one-way (Lynch Canyon segment); 295-foot gain (McGary Road segment)
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