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Pa'san Ridge Trail

 3.8 (6)

Length


6.5 Miles 10.4 Kilometers


1,156' 352 m

Ascent

-1,417' -432 m

Descent

8%

Avg Grade (4°)

20%

Max Grade (11°)

1,834' 559 m

High

679' 207 m

Low

Shared By Brian Smith

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A balloon on a string with a wonderful downhill - most people run it clockwise.

Brian Smith

Dogs Leashed

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It costs $5 to park in the San Joaquin River Gorge parking lot.

Description

From the bathrooms follow the trail downhill for about a mile until you get to bridge that crosses the San Joaquin River. Enjoy the view here and notice the hydroelectric plant just upriver a bit.

Cross the bridge and start climbing. Most people take the trail to left and do the loop clockwise. As the trail levels out for a short bit, you'll notice the Wuh-ki'o Trail connects and goes to your left. Continue climbing, near the top there is a very rocky section of trail. When you get to the top there are several places to stop and enjoy the view.

When you get back to the parking lot, if you didn't get enough miles in, then take the San Joaquin River Trail for an out and back or shuttle to Finegold.

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Apr 14, 2018
Mark Halvorsen
wildflowers in bloom! 6.5mi — 3h 00m
Jan 7, 2018
Christopher Nicolet
5.1mi
Nov 18, 2017
Ryan Johnston
Saw two tarantulas and three stubborn cows. 8mi
Aug 19, 2017
Nancy Jacoby
Aug 12, 2017
Isaac Lahue
May 19, 2017
Emma Willis
8mi
Apr 12, 2017
Chandrasekar Venugopal
Combined with Wuh-ki'o trail 6.5mi — 4h 00m
May 8, 2016
Ryan Johnston
Maurissa did this at 7 months pregnant. Keira's first big hike too. 6.5mi

Trail Ratings

  3.8 from 6 votes

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in Friant

#5928

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#2

in Friant

#648

in California

#5,928

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