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Mountain Trail

Intermediate

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2.7 mile 4.4 kilometer point to point
79% Runnable
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 1,288' 392 m
Descent: -52' -16 m
High: 2,259' 689 m
Low: 1,023' 312 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 9% (5°)
Max Grade: 30% (17°)

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The most popular trail in Jack London ending at an awesome vantage point of Sonoma Valley.

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Mountain Trail starts a little within the park. There are a few connecting trails that will lead you to it and the park has plenty of signs for navigation to it. The very beginning of it is next to London Lake where you can see a small cabin, a map, and some other informational signs for your learning pleasure.

The run up Mountain Trail starts out pretty mild but will slowly pick up more and more steep sections. It's mostly shaded until you reach Deer Camp (a little over halfway) where the trees will start to thin out. Eventually, you'll take a hard left to stay on Mountain Trail, ignoring Hayfields Trail. This is the last push until you reach the top of Sonoma Mountain. An amazing view of the valley is quite the reward on this one.

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Misty morning setting of the clearing near the top of Mountain Trail
May 17, 2016 near Eldridge, CA
Cool ruins along the trail.
May 20, 2016 near Eldridge, CA
Jack London State Historic Park. Rest area well up on Mountain Trail. One picnic table, no water, no restrooms. with permission from MrRedwood
May 20, 2016 near Eldridge, CA

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