OverviewDescriptionFacilitiesContactSteep Ravine Trail climbs up from Stinson Beach to Muir Woods. This hike has lots of elevation gain, but the views and scenery are well worth the effort. ReviewsPhotosTracksShare your experience to help other people learn more about this trail:Write ReviewUpload PhotosUpload TracksEd Callaert (112)29 days ago2 Completed1 ReviewsNot ONE of the above images are actually from Steep Ravine.Rosa Guerra (73)9 months ago1 Completed1 ReviewsFirst time here and although we only hiked for a little over an hour we loved it!! It's on our list to go back.Brian Dow (1056)2 years ago24 Completed9 ReviewsA quick escape from the hustle and bustle...you completely forget about the everything else while not going too far out of your way.Kyle Pennell (1255)2 years ago38 Completed24 ReviewsSteep Ravine trail is one of the lushest prettiest trails out there and it is literally 45 minutes from the city. I wish it took longer but for the short time you are on it you can forget about civilization. There is one part is particular where you can sit down in a patch of thick redwoods and just watch a babbling brook. It is one of the most zen spots I know of and it's so close to home. I highly recommend this trial.Isabella Ventura (414)2 years ago13 Completed5 ReviewsKathy Reed (248)2 years ago11 Completed5 ReviewsBegan from Old Railroad grade to fern canyon trail. Continued on and up until reaching the East Peak of Mount Tam. Beautiful views. Fern canyon trail is pretty and steep. Frederich Devaney (2591)3 years ago25 Completed19 ReviewsThis hike is all about the view, and it's a good one for sure.Joy Xi (76)3 years ago1 Completed1 Reviewsgorgeous views, largely shaded; did loop from Stinson beachMatt Jarjoura (154)3 years ago0 Completed2 ReviewsNot too difficult. Mostly downhill, but last little stretch makes it back up to the top so prepare for that.Janet Lundgren (125)3 years ago0 Completed2 ReviewsNice hike and that was along the fire road and Limataur trails. Both good hikes, bring food and water for a rest in the middle.