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San Andreas Segment - CS Regional Trail, CA

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Difficulty 0.5 of 5
Distance One Way 2.6 miles
Trailhead Elevation 577 feet
Elevation Gain 100 feet
Kokopelli Seeds 2.93
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The San Andreas Segment of the Crystal Springs Regional Trail is the Northernmost part of the trail, starting from Hillcrest Blvd and ending at the intersection of San Bruno Ave and Skyline Blvd. The first 0.6 miles consists of nice, smooth rolling single track before turning into a paved trail at Larkspur Drive. The trail runs parallel to San Andreas Lake and Skyline Blvd with a pretty nice view of the lake. There are several little rolling hills, however, it drops about 100 feet before reaching the terminus.

This segment would be more suitable for cyclists, walkers and runners, not necessarily the best place to hike as it's mostly paved an near the highway.

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    Exit highway 280 and go West to park underneath the overpass. The start of the trail will be on the North side of the road. Signs and trail maps are usually available, though no facilities are present. There is a pit toilet along the path around the halfway point.
    page created by Booneman on May 30 2014 6:58 pm
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