From the junction with the Teixeira
trail, head south on this one-mile out-and-back through small, scraggly fir competing for sunlight. The Pablo Point trail starts high, gains more elevation and then descends steeply into a valley. The climb out is easy and before you know it you arrive at a marker for Pablo Point itself.
Unfortunately, Pablo Point (920 ft.) is a grassy opening surrounded by trees which now obscure the view. (If you plan to travel on the Ridge Trail
, you can look over at the ridge that Pablo Point sits upon, you can see that it is a prominent geographic feature in the local area.) After this "summit," continue downhill until the trail ends. Retrace your steps back to Teixeira
trail. Note: bikes are not allowed on the Pablo Point Trail.
Fir, oak, coyote brush, huckleberry.