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Mill Valley Walk

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Mill Valley-Sausalito Year Round Walk

SANCTION NUMBERS:
Mill Valley-Sausalito 111426 2019/Y0391 
LOCATION:
Mill Valley Community Center ("B" bldg), 180 Camino Alto, Mill Valley, CA 94941

HOURS:
M-F630A;Sat7:30;Sun8:30-Finish by dusk

DISTANCE:
24K, 14K, 10K, 5K

TRAIL RATING: Rated 1A.
The new 24K Mill Valley-Sausalito walk is comprised of Mill Villey loops and Sausalito loops. The walk can be done as a complete 24K walk, or any segment of it to qualify for credit.

The Mill Valley loops go through the charming Marin County town of Mill Valley. It continues through a woodsy area with many towering redwoods, beautiful homes, a babbling brook and a waterfall. Mill Valley was known for it's wood cutting mill and as a location for residents of San Francisco to visit to get away from the cool and foggy San Francisco summer weather. All of the charm of the downtown area is on the walk and in addition, the walk goes to a small fresh spring waterfall. After the waterfall view, the walk continues along Cascade Drive. You will see coastal redwood trees that rival any in Northern California and homes that exceed most in California. Marin County is famous for wealth and a unique way of life.

Sausalito is a tourist destination that everyone wants to see. It's restaurants and shopping are some of the best in California. The walk starts on a walk/bike trail that goes from Mill Valley along Richmond Bay with a geat variety of water fowl and then contines into Sausalito. The walk is on flat city streets and a walk/bike trail. The trail goes through a wetlands area with many birds, past numerous houseboats and continues into the bayside town of Sausalito. The 10 km route will turn around at the beginning of the Sausalito business district. The 14 km route continues further into Sausalito with its many shops, art galleries and restaurants.

AWARD:
These events are credit only which is $3.00. You may participate free if no credit is desired. No refunds. The event is open to everyone.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Contact Jill or Bud Simmons, (707) 448-5148 jillmail@sbcglobal.net

MISCELLANEOUS:
Water and restrooms are available.

DIRECTIONS:
From Hwy 101 North, take the Tiburon/ Belvedere (131) East Blithedale exit. Turn left on E. Blithedale and go approximately 1/2 mile to Camino Alto (traffic light). Turn left for approximately 1 block and the Community Center is on the left.
From Hwy 101 South, take the Tiburon/Belvedere (131) East Blithedale exit. Turn right on E. Blithedale Ave. and follow above directions. Register at the reception desk in the Fitness/Aquatic Center.

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This page last updated March 11, 2016