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Mt Burdell Open Space Preserve - Novato - California, United States

by EdNeo  
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Parked at Dogbone Meadow Park.  Some parking on side of road.  Went through San Marin High School on a Sat.  No restrooms, so "go" before you come.  Starbucks on San Marin Rd nearby.  Went up Myrtle Place Trail which starts on Myrtle Place Rd near the fence.  This starts steep and joins Dwarf Oak Trail. Went past a little water tank to San Andreas Fire Rd; Deer Camp Fire Rd.  Turned left on Cobblestone Fire Rd till it turns into Burdell Mt Fire Rd.  Took a detour to the north for some of the views including a distant wind mill.  Had lunch here, sitting on the scattered rocks. Returned to Burdell Mt Fire Rd till a junction that had a gate going to the Olompoli State Historic Park.  Great views to the north with a single picnic table.  Possible lunch spot. Returned to Burdell Mt Firet Rd going east with beautiful views of Hidden Lake and Mt Tam.   Just after a gate, turned west on a small faint trail that returned to the earlier picnic table.  Returned back till the Deer Camp Fire Rd and headed left and down to Hidden Lake.  Continued on San Carlos Fire Rd, Michako Trail past a water tank and then on Big Tank Fire Rd until the trail head at San Andreas Drive.  Walked up San Andreas Fire Rd until a trail on the left, marked by a narrow hike gate.  The trail was unclear but was supposed to be the Little Tank Fire Rd. If you keep going up, you will reach the little water tank we first saw.  Returned by following the Dwarf Oak trail to the end.
Trip Info
by EdNeo
January 19, 2013
Trip Location: Novato, California, United States
Length: 11.1 miles
Duration: 5 hours
Activity: Hiking
Trip viewed 579 times
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