Foreword: In June of 2002, my work took me to the San Francisco Bay Area. As you must have already figured out, I did some mountain biking. I had a Friday, Saturday, and Sunday to get in some riding. Downtown San Francisco was my "base camp" and I put on quite a few miles on the rent-a-wreck I had. Friday I rode Oat Hill Road; Saturday I rode Skyline Wilderness Park; and Sunday I rode Wilder Ranch.
June 22nd, 2002 I went to Skyline Wilderness Park in Napa CA.
has all of the trails mapped real well so no need to reinvent anything
here. Just take a look in their trail
I have seen their website up and down in the past so I have copy of their printable map here. (Adobe Acrobat Required)
Skyline Wilderness Park is quite fun for being rather small in size. I think there is about 8-10 miles of trails total in the whole park so most of the time you will want to do a couple of laps to get in a workout. When you look at the map, I took the main road to the Buckeye trail up to Skyline and then took Skyline all the way to the Chaparral Trail. I then went up Chaparral to the Marie Creek Trail. I then took the Marie Creek trail to the Manzanita trail. The trail then took me back to the parking lot.
Panoramic View south from the Skyline Trail