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Hiking at Pacifica

Pacifica’s 400+ acre property, along with the BLM land neighboring it, offers 7 miles of trails through many different habitats, each supporting a wonderful range of plants and wildlife. Most hikes are 1-3 miles over easy-going to moderate terrain, and are open to both walkers and horseback riders (polite dogs are also welcome). To identify local plants and animals on your hike, you can find downloadable Flora and Fauna ID Sheets here.

Parking is available in three areas: A large lot on the left shortly past the entrance, a small lot on the left next to Heron Pond (just before the Cedar Center), and a grassy area on the right just before the fenced in pasture (shortly past the Cedar Center).

Download Pacifica Trail Map

ADA Accessible Art & Nature Trail (ANT)

To keep our ANT Trail accessible to all, we kindly ask that no horses walk this trail and you clean up after any pets.

The ANT Trail is located near the Cedar Center and is headed by the iconic ANT sculpture. Along the trail, there are sculptures and installations from local artists in the valley. We invite you all to check it out!