60 Hikes within 60 Miles: San Francisco mistakes

60 Hikes within 60 Miles: San Francisco

List of known typos and mistakes, as well as trail and park updates:
1) Locator map is misnumbered. #52 should be Sugarloaf, #53 Sunol, #54 Robert Louis Stevenson.
2) Angel Island fee is now $14/$8.50 for children 8-11 (hike 2/page 13).
3) CA 12 is misnumbered as CA 21 on the driving directions Annadel map (hike 3/page 17).
4) Annadel State Park day use fee now $4 (hike 3/page 17).
5) Año Nuevo State Reserve day use fee now $6 (hike 4/page 22).
6) Berry Creek Falls symbol is missing from the Big Basin map. The falls are just north of the Berry Creek Falls/Skyline to the Sea Trail junction (hike 5/page 26).
7) Big Basin Redwoods State Park day use fee now $6 (hike 5/page 26).
8) Black Diamond Mines day use fee now $5/$2 dog fee (hike 6/page 30).
9) Bothe-Napa Valley State Park day use fee now $6 (hike 7/page 34).
10) Briones Regional Park day use fee now $5/$2 dog fee (hike 8/page 38).
11) Castle Rock State Park day use fee now $6 (hike 9/page 42).
12) On the Chabot trail map, the trailhead arrow should be pointing toward Grass Valley Trail (hike 10/page 47).
13) Henry Coe State Park day use fee now $5 (hike 11/page 51).
14) Henry Cowell State Park day use fee now $6 (hike 12/page 55).
15) Coyote Hills Regional Park day use fee now $5/$2 dog fee (hike 13/page 59).
16) Crane Creek Regional Park day use fee now $4 (hike 14/page 63).
17) Edgewood Park and Preserve: the segment of trail between Ridgeview and Serpentine Loop is now signed and named Live Oak Trail (hike 15/page 66).
18) Joseph Grant County park day use fee now $5 (hike 16/page 69).
19) On the Loch Lomond trail map, the gate at the park boundary should be shown as off the trail to the east (hike 19/page 80).
20) Jack London State Park day use fee now $6 (hike 20/page 84).
21) Los Vaqueros Watershed day use fee is now $6/$4 for Contra Costa Water District residents (hike 21/page88).
22) San Pedro Valley Park entrance fee is now $5 (hike 24/page 99).
23) Mount Diablo State Park summit area day use fee now $6 (hike 29/page 120)
24) Mount Diablo State Park Mitchell Canyon trailhead day use fee now $3 (hike 30/page 123)
25) Parking fee at Pantoll is now $6 (hike 32/page 131).
26) Pinnacle Gulch day use fee now $4 (hike 35/page 144).
27) Portola Redwoods State Park entrance fee now $6 (hike 39/page 156).
28) At Ring Mountain the western segment of Phyllis Ellman Loop Trail has been slightly rerouted. At post 14, follow the signpost to the left. This path rejoins the old routing of Phyllis Ellman just below the conspicuous buckeye and the shortcut to the eastern leg of the loop (hike 43/page 174).
29) Round Valley Regional Preserve day use fee now $2 (hike 45/page 181).
30) On the San Bruno Park trail map, the park road should be shown as passing under Guadalupe Canyon Parkway (hike 48/page 193).
31) San Bruno Mountain Park entrance fee is now $5 (hike 48/page 193).
32) Sugarloaf Ridge State Park day use fee now $6 (hike 53/page 214).
33) Sunol Regional Wilderness day use fee now $5/dog fee $2 (hike 54/page 219).
34) Tomales Bay State Park day use fee now $6 (hike 57/page 231).
35) Uvas Canyon County Park entrance fee now $5 (hike 58/page 235).
36) Parking fee at Wilder Ranch is now $6 (hike 59/page 239).

This is the hike list for the 1st edition:
Almaden Quicksilver
Angel Island
Annadel State Park
Ano Nuevo
Big Basin: Waterfall loop
Black Diamond Mines
Bothe-Napa Valley State Park
Castle Rock State Park
Henry Coe
Henry Cowell
Crane Creek Park
Coyote Hills
Diablo: Donner Canyon
Diablo: Summit loop
Diablo: Mitchell Canyon loop
Gerbode Valley loop, Marin Headlands
Grant Park
Huckleberry Preserve
Jack London State Park
Las Trampas Regional Wilderness
Loch Lomond
Los Vaqueros Watershed
McNee Ranch/San Pedro Valley Park
Mission Peak
Monte Bello Open Space Preserve
Morgan Territory
Mount Burdell
Mount St. Helena
Muir Woods
Pinnacle Gulch (Sonoma Coast)
Point Reyes: Estero
Point Reyes: Bear Valley to Arch Rock
Point Reyes: Tomales Point
Portola Redwoods State Park
Purisima Creek Redwoods Open Space Preserve
Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve
Redwood Regional Park
Ring Mountain
Rockville Hills Park
Round Valley Preserve
Rush Ranch
Russian Ridge Open Space Preserve
Samuel P. Taylor State Park
San Bruno Mountain County Park
Sierra Azul Open Space Preserve
Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve
Skyline Wilderness Park
Sugarloaf State Park
Sunol Regional Wilderness
Sweeney Ridge
Tam: Phoenix Lake loop
Tam: Rock Spring loop
Tam: Steep Ravine and Matt Davis loop
Tomales Bay State Park
Uvas Canyon County Park
Wilder Ranch State Park
Windy Hill Open Space Preserve

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Last updated February 24, 2005

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