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Trailhead

Muir Beach Parking Lot

Plenty of parking in the morning, but it will fill up by noon.

Trails

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Map

Total distance: 19.47 mi
Total climbing: 5699 ft
Download file: Mb197CvDiWcCoPtBjMwDiDpRd.gpx

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