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    bay area trail

    hello, I'm planning a trip for newyears to sf area with family and friends, would like to ride some xc singletrack trails about 10 to 20 miles long. would like to ride 3 days

    any suggestions?

    thanks

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    Where in the Bay Area are you staying?

    How far are you willing to travel?

    What is the skill level and endurance of the riders involved?

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    will be staying in san fransisco, will be able to travel no more than 1 hr drive, and have very good endurance level with advance intermidiate skills, would like mostly xc type, all mtn,
    no downhill stuff.

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    Skeggs,China Camp ,Tamarancho (boy scott camp) ,Annadale( Santa Rosa might be a little more than a hour. All weather dependent i.e. rain= no ride.

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    Trails worth riding within about 45 min of SF (ranked by fun factor):

    1.Skeggs
    2.Tamarancho
    3. Waterdog
    4. China Camp
    5. Joaquin Miller
    6. Mount Sutro (actually in city of SF)

    Disclaimer: Never ridden Pacifica

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    Quote Originally Posted by turiha View Post
    will be staying in san fransisco, will be able to travel no more than 1 hr drive, and have very good endurance level with advance intermidiate skills, would like mostly xc type, all mtn,
    no downhill stuff.
    Mentioned, but try to include if weather isn't too nasty leading up to the time you're here.

    Also, depending on which part of city and weather, you can do some pedaling over the GG Bridge and into the Marin Headlands area. Bobcat,Miwok,Coastal,Green Gulch etc.
    Wait,who did he tell you that?....

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