6.2 miles one-way, car shuttle possible
From: McNear Park
To: Oxford Court in Petaluma
In Petaluma, the 6.6-mile Ridge Trail ventures from a rural regional park and many neighborhoods and parks, including downtown; it also follows both the Petaluma River and Lynch Creek for a stretch. Northeast of US 101, you have an opportunity to explore newer neighborhoods of Petaluma. There is a 1-mile gap between Helen Putnam and the city route. The city section is an excellent bike ride; however, in May 2017 the route lacked Ridge Trail signage. This is a temporary route until the planned route along the Petaluma River, Shollenberger Park, and Adobe Creek Trail can be finished.
Alternative 6.2 mile option in the City of Petaluma is from Sunnyslope Avenue to Casa Grande Road in Petaluma
Elevation Gain/Loss 70 feet/50 feet one-way
Must have the OuterSpatial app for the link to take you directly to the mobile map page.
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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