San Bruno Mountain's twelve miles of hiking, riding, and jogging trails access various vista points throughout the park and many offer spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean, the entire central Bay, and the San Francisco skyline. Learn more about specific trails below.

Observe all trail signs and posted speed limits. Bicycles and motorized vehicles are not allowed off designated paved areas. Please respect your fellow trail users and follow the trail etiquette guidelines for safe and courteous trail use.

San Bruno Mountain Park
Bog Trail

A disability accessible trail with benches and a nearly flat grade located near the park entrance

Bog Trail Photo
Dairy Ravine Trail

A short trail that connects Summit Loop to Eucalyptus Loop.

Dairy Ravine Trail Photo
Day Camp Service Road

A broad soil path that connects the Edward Bacciocco, Jr. Group Area with the parking lot near the park entrance.

Day Camp Service Road Photo
Eucalyptus Loop Trail

A vigorous hike with 182 ft. elevation change though eucalyptus forest and open grass and scrub lands.

Eucalyptus Loop Trail Photo
Old Guadalupe Trail

A paved road that picks up at the entrance of the park and passes through the headwaters of Colma Creek. Horses are welcome.

Old Guadalupe Trail Photo