Russian Ridge Open Space Preserve
The preserve encompasses about 2000 acres of grasslands, ridges and hillsides. The narrow dirt trails cover mainly exposed areas so bring a hat. The area hosts a diversity of plants and birds and, in the spring, there are a variety of orange, purple and yellow wildflowers. There are about 10 miles of flat and rolling hill multi-use trails for hiking, biking and equestrian use with views of the Pacific Ocean and San Francisco Bay on clear days. There are two main entrances and both have restrooms.
No dogs are allowed in the preserve.
Open from one-half hour before official sunrise until one-half hour after official sunset
Not wheelchair accessible.
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AddressCA-35 & Page Mill Rd
The Russian Ridge parking area is located on the northwest corner of the Skyline Boulevard (Highway 35) and Page Mill/Alpine Road intersection (take Page Mill/Alpine Road west across Skyline Boulevard and the parking area is on the right). Additional parking is located at the Caltrans vista point opposite Russian Preserve gate #RR01 on Skyline Boulevard. There is a parking lot about one mile down Alpine Rd on the left that is where the Audrey Rust Commemorative site is located which is a great place for a picnic with a view.
Phone: 650-691-1200 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org