Trails of Mt. Tamalpais, Muir Woods and Marin Headlands
Pease Press is proud to reissue the classic Olmsted and Bros.’ classic “Rambler‘s Guide to Mt. Tamalpais, Muir Woods, and Marin Headlands.” The artistry of Gerald Olmsted’s map and his quirky historical text are gently updated with new accurately-mapped trails and clearly delineated bike trails, to provide a fresh view of Marin County’s most popular trails.
Major parks include Marin Municipal Watershed, Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Muir Woods, and Mount Tamalpais State Park. Includes long stretches of the California Coastal Trail and Bay Area Ridge Trail. Covers trails for hikers, cyclists and equestrians, public transit.
Full-color, single-sided map with 40-foot elevation contours and shaded relief, 4” x 9” folded, 26.5” x 32” unfolded.
Published by Pease Press.
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