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Montaña de Oro State Park Map

Trail Map of Montaña de Oro State Park

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MdO Trails Description: 

Trails in Montaña de Oro State Park offer bicyclists, hikers, and equestrians varied terrain with beautiful ocean and canyon views. Mountain bike trails range from flat and wide to technical singletrack. The Bluff Trail, Islay Creek Road, and Hazard Canyon Road require the least amount of bike handling experience and physical fitness. East Boundary, Ridge, Hazard Peak, Barranca, Manzanita and the new Oats Peak trails are generally considered intermediate and advanced trails. 



Oats Peak Trail Information

Links

YouTube video coming down from top of Oats Peak


Pictures

Panorama picture from the top


   
Spectacular views                        Picturesque valleys


  
Wild oats on the trail                    Looking towards Baranca


  
Oats Trail - Midway up                The Final Push - Last .5 mi.

Description / Reviews / coming soon



Hazard Peak Trail Information

Links

Take a VIRTUAL RIDE up Ridge Trail to Hazard Peak on Google Earth

YouTube video coming down from top of Hazard Peak


Pictures

   
Bikers bells at start                    View down to Spooner's Cove


   
Eucalyptus grove partway up         The summit is in sight


   
Always great ocean views            360 degree views at the top


Description / Reviews / coming soon



East Boundary Trail Information

Description / Review / Pics /Links coming soon



and more trails coming...

Description / Review / Pics /Links coming soon




MdOMapAndInfor2014.pdf



Trail maps developed by GEObispo


Trail Etiquette:

When riding any of the trails detailed on these maps, please be mindful of the etiquette recommended by the International Mountain Bicycling Association (IMBA) and CCCMB:

  • Only ride on open trails.
  • Leave no trace.
  • Ride in control of your bicycle or horse.
  • Always yield trail to others.
  • Never scare animals or people.
  • Plan ahead.
  • Use a bell to alert other hikers and riders