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Andrew Molera State Park: Bluffs/Panorama/Ridge Trail Loop

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Wilderness Freeway: Heavily used and well maintained.
Clear: No obstacles and tread well defined.
Passable: Some brush and/or deadfalls, tread evident.
Difficult: Brushy and/or many deadfalls, faint tread.
Impassable: Completely overgrown or tread obliterated.

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Re: Andrew Molera State Park: Bluffs/Panorama/Ridge Trail Lo

Post by CalBear on Sun Jul 13, 2014 3:48 pm

Date Hiked: July 12, 2014
General Condition: Wilderness Freeway (Heavily used and/or well maintained)

Just hiked the Ridge=>Panorama=>Bluffs loop yesterday. The crews have nearly finished completely clearing the Panorama trail (a big thank you!) so that it is easy to navigate. The Bluffs and Ridge trails were wide open. We encountered one large rattlesnake about the mid-way point of the Panorama trail but it just crossed the path and went into the brush. It was a great day!

Re: Andrew Molera State Park: Bluffs/Panorama/Ridge Trail Lo

Post by Fat Popi on Thu Dec 12, 2013 5:19 pm

Date Hiked: December 12, 2013
General Condition: Wilderness Freeway (Heavily used and well maintained)

ALL the trails at Molera are in tip top shape as of today. Even the east Side.

Re: Andrew Molera State Park: Bluffs/Panorama/Ridge Trail Lo

Post by Visitor on Sun Mar 06, 2011 5:12 pm

Date Hiked: May 5, 2011
General Condition: Clear (no obstacles and tread well defined)

As of May 6, 2011, the seasonal bridge is out and the river was too high to cross at the beach. No alternative routes were found to get to the other side of the river to bluffs and panorama trails. The trails to the campsite and headland trails are in good condition.

Re: Andrew Molera State Park: Bluffs/Panorama/Ridge Trail Lo

Post by K Vandevere on Sun Sep 12, 2010 6:21 pm

Date Hiked: September 12, 2010
General Condition: Wilderness Freeway (Heavily used and well maintained)

Bluffs & Panorama Trails are freshly weed-whacked wilderness freeways. Took the South Boundary Trail down to the river (because we'd developed a hankering to get a beer at the Maiden Publick House) then followed the river trails back. The South Boundary Trail was a wilderness freeway. The trails along the river were clear, except for some debris near one of the (wet) stream crossings and a little bit of easily avoided poison oak.

Re: Andrew Molera State Park: Bluffs/Panorama/Ridge Trail Lo

Post by Paul and Lana on Wed Aug 25, 2010 1:08 pm

Date Hiked: August 18, 2010
General Condition: Clear (no obstacles and tread well defined)

Great hike! Encountered a mountain lion cub; no sighting of mother... Trail clear throughout with good trail markers.

loop trail

Post by weatherguy on Sun Aug 30, 2009 9:00 am

Date Hiked: August 26, 2009
General Condition: Passable (some brush and/or deadfalls, tread evident)

Trail in good condition except for portions of the Panorama Trail that are overgrown with brush. LOTS of poison oak - sometimes growing into the trail.

Andrew Molera State Park: Bluffs/Panorama/Ridge Trail Loop

Post by Site Administrator on Fri Jan 30, 2009 12:05 pm

No description available. If you've walked this trail recently please submit a Trail Conditions Report!

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