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Ridge to Bridge 2022 is a trail adventure for hikers, runners, mountain bikers, and equestrians. Come celebrate the 25th anniversary of this beloved Ridge Trail event with us! There are two ways to participate. Join us on the trail for an in-person supported event on April 30th in the Marin Headlands OR opt for the self-guided version with 9 trail options, ongoing throughout March and April.
On April 30th, join us for a beautiful springtime hike, bike, or ride through the iconic Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA), including Fort Baker, the Marin Headlands, and Muir Beach. We will support your selected route with trail maps and tips, signature swag, resting points with snacks, and a trail-side catered lunch in Tennessee Valley to keep you energized!
Ridge to Bridge 2022 also offers a self-guided adventure for runners, hikers, bikers, and equestrians with curated trail options in each Bay Area county with multiple distances to choose from. Complete trail outings on your own schedule and at your own pace. Grab the map, or app, and head outdoors! Complete one trip, or challenge yourself to complete them all before April 30th!
Go the extra mile and fundraise for the Ridge Trail, solo or with a team!
Learn more about fundraising and prizes here.
All Ridge to Bridge event proceeds and donations are used to help complete the trail and build a Bay Area legacy today. The Bay Area Ridge Trail Council is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit under EIN 94-3148503.
The Ridge to Bridge event takes place on the unceded lands of the Coast Miwok people, who hold the uncontestable aboriginal title, have occupied, stewarded, held sacred ceremonies, defended and governed according to the traditions of their ancestors, in present-day Marin County, California. These original stewards tended and loved the land long before anyone else, and we want to acknowledge the vital role their descendants play in the San Francisco Bay Area today. We further acknowledge that the entire Ridge Trail is on the ancestral lands of many other Indigenous peoples and nations in the Bay Area.
Learn more: coastmiwokofmarin.org
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