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Azalea Hill to Carson Falls
KEYWORDS:   Mount Tamalpais, Marin Municipal Water District, serpentine
ABOUT 
It is about 3 miles from the parking lot to Carson Falls and back. In the first part of the trail, the geology alternates between serpentine and non-serpentine, and the plants follow suit. There are great views of the bay on a clear day. The second part of the trail goes steeply down to Carson Falls.

HOURS:   Sunrise to sunset

TRAILS:   For this hike, from the parking lot, cross the road and head west uphill. You will be on Pine Mountain Fire Road. Follow this road for about a mile, then turn sharply left onto Oat Hill Fire Road. Then take the Liberty Trail down through the trees to Carson Falls. There are trail signs along the way.

MORE INFORMATION AND CONTACTS 
Marin Municipal Water District: Visiting Watershed Lands
The watershed is open to the public for recreational use daily from sunrise to sunset.
CNPS CHAPTER AREA: :   Marin

AREA OF THE POLYGON::   154 acres
DENSITY::   1.273 native species per acre
Thanks to  John H Malpas  for contributing this great place.