“This loop is about 11 km (7 miles) with 200 elevation gain on mostly easy trail.
— Raphael Garti
You should run counterclockwise.
Watch for bicycle riders. The trail is not wide. There are few other trails in the area. Be careful you follow the green marks to stay on the loop. On the other hand, if you want a longer run, it is easy to combine other trails to create longer routes.
There is a large free parking lot near the starting point. Most of the trail is in the woods, and it is mostly easy. Light trail shoes are okay. There are some small climbs but none are long or very steep. The trail is quiet and some of it is scenic. You do not hear traffic or city noises. The trail is marked by green signs, on rocks or trees. However, there are couple of turns that are poorly marked, so it is recommended to download the course to a watch or use the Trail Run Project mobile app
, at least as a backup.
Flora & Fauna
Forest trees, olive trees, and primroses in the winter.