Sugarloaf Ridge State Park, a 2700-acre park in the mountains above the Sonoma Valley, is still worth a visit even for people who need a flat walk. Just past the entrance kiosk, on the left, is a parking lot, with a trailhead to Bald Mountain and to Meadow Trails.
Sugarloaf Ridge State Park has twenty-five miles of trails some of them reaching Bald Mountain at 2729’ in elevation. Websites didn’t indicate how big the park was, but did keep mentioning the elevation, as if that was its only attribute. (Besides the beauty there are cool volcanic formations.) I thought we’d been up the mountainContinue reading “Walking below Sugarloaf Ridge”