31.0 miles
Distance
1,024 ft
Climb
-1,026 ft
Descent
152 ft
High Point

Fun Ride, Great Food, Good People

Detailed Description
Berkeley Marina To Nobilis Diner San Pablo Yacht Harbor is a 31 mile less popular easy route located near Berkeley California. This mountain bike primary route can be used both directions and has a easy overall physical rating. This route climbs 1,024 ft with a max elevation of 152 ft then descends -1,026 ft.

1 Review & Comments

  • + 1
elynt (Dec 7, 2019 at 9:17)
Easy ride mostly on dedicated bike path/lanes, ending on a newly paved road with a brief but steep view climb with great restaurants and coffee shops along the way. See the sights at Rosie the Riveter National Historic park and stop in at Nobilis Diner in the San Pablo Yacht Harbor for a great lunch or coffee before heading back south. You can also start at a different location (Emeryville Marina= longer, Richmond's Marina Bay or downtown Point Richmond= shorter) to meet your ability or constraints, and can now ride the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge on a dedicated lane to add distance and views.
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  • Primary Activity
    Mountain Bike
  • Other Activities
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  • Difficulty rating
    Green
  • Route Type
    Out & Back
  • eBike Allowed
  • Bike type
    RD, CX, Gravel
  • Direction
    Both Directions
  • Physical rating
    Easy
More Stats for Berkeley Marina To Nobilis Diner San Pablo Yacht Harbor mountain bike route
  • Altitude min
    1 ft
  • Altitude start
    4 ft
  • Grade
    -0%
  • Grade max
    -45.7%
  • Grade min
    45%
  • Distance climb
    8 miles
  • Distance down
    8 miles
  • Distance flat
    16 miles
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