Saturday, April 13, 2024 in Marin
What is Ridge to Bridge?
An Outdoor Adventure with Perks and Purpose
Every year, hikers, bikers, and equestrians gather to celebrate what the Ridge Trail does best: connecting people to places. Ridge to Bridge is a unique outdoor experience. Take in the beautiful scenery of Mt. Tamalpais and the Marin Headlands with friends and family. Rally with the Bay Area community to raise funds to complete the Bay Area Ridge Trail. Become part of the movement to open access to nature for everyone to enjoy.
By registering, you get a fully supported day with a shuttle, route guides, goodie bags, aid stations, and a delicious, catered lunch.
Choose your own adventure with various activity types and distances:
- 6 Mile, 13 Mile, or 18 Mile Hike
- 20 Mile Bike Ride
- 8 Mile Equestrian Ride
Registering for Ridge to Bridge is a win-win for everyone involved: you get to focus on enjoying incredible views that the Bay Area has to offer, and your registration propels us in our mission to complete the Ridge Trail.
Join our volunteer team to make Ridge to Bridge 2024 a success! Each volunteer receives free event entry and food, Ridge Trail swag, and more. We will be posting volunteer jobs soon - stay tuned!
The Ridge to Bridge event takes place on the unceded lands of the Coast Miwok people, who hold the uncontestable aboriginal title, have occupied, stewarded, held sacred ceremonies, defended and governed according to the traditions of their ancestors, in present-day Marin County, California. These original stewards tended and loved the land long before anyone else, and we acknowledge the vital role their descendants play in the San Francisco Bay Area today. We further acknowledge that the entire Ridge Trail is on the ancestral lands of many other Indigenous Peoples and nations in the Bay Area.
Learn more: coastmiwokofmarin.org