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Berry Glen Trail

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 3.5 (4)

Enjoy the lovely scenery in the area, and some history too. This trail has a little something for everyone!


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2.7

Miles

4.3

KM

Point to Point

1,240' 378 m

High

97' 29 m

Low

1,214' 370 m

Up

70' 21 m

Down

9%

Avg Grade (5°)

45%

Max Grade (24°)

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Hikers looking for a longer, more strenuous route will enjoy embarking on this newer trail. As one of the more recent additions to the park's trail network, this route retraces the path that many of this area's former residents would have traveled.

Starting near Berry Glen, it's easy to imagine the Batrel family's fruit and pie stand, which was famous for its pies during the depression era. Continuing on, the route meanders through majestic redwoods following the same path that gold miners, former presidents, and the original residents of the area, the Yuroks, took on their own journeys through the area.

This trail is a bit steeper than many of the others in the area, but to many, the challenge enhances the experience. Watch for roots on this trail, and enjoy the shaded path.

Contacts

Land Manager: NPS - Redwood

Shared By:

Mikhaila Redovian

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  3.5 from 4 votes

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Morning light shining through the trees
Aug 8, 2017 near Westhav…, CA

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Feb 4, 2021
Valerie Norton
Mostly excellent old growth: https://valhikes.blogspot.com/2021/02/berry-glen-trillium-falls-to-lady-bird.html
Aug 18, 2019
Jamey Webb
1.5mi
Jul 7, 2019
Sophia Pang
Apr 29, 2019
Claire Hiles
Aug 27, 2017
Athena Georganas
1.2mi
Jul 1, 2017
Phillip McClung