Muir Woods – Bootjack Trail Wrap Up

Posted on 28 March 2010

“Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul.” John Muir….

It is fitting that this glorious National Park is dedicated to John Muir. Tucked in a quiet basin in Marin County, this park embodies all of the beauty, grace, serenity, and tranquility that makes a hike memorable. The Bootjack trail is a moderate trail that leads to a branching of multiple trail heads. We elected to follow the TCC, then down the Ben Johnson trail. The elevation is approximately 800′ up the Bootjack. The TCC is a comfortable ridge trail with the descent down the Ben Johnson. The babbling creek and waterfalls sing their song while we hiked under the canopy of centuries old Sequoia trees. Beautiful flowers and ferns flanked the footpath while we enjoyed the natural beauty along with the occasional banana slug. This park is open year round and has multiple trails with different elevations. Look to the link and trail map for directions. This is definitely a park that we will hike again.

1 Response to Muir Woods – Bootjack Trail Wrap Up

  • Luis G Quintero says:

    I had so much fun. Thank you!

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