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Active ACTC Mountain Goats
Mountain Goats are a group of dirt roads and trails (usually with lots of climbing), located in the Bay Area and also in other parts of California. Any ride that contains one or more mountain goat will be called a mountain goat ride. Mountain goats may be combined with billy goats all on the same ride. Here is a Google map of all the mountain goats.
Ride Awards:
Riders who do 5 or more DIFFERENT Mountain Goats, or who do ANY 10 Mountain Goats, will earn a Mountain Goat Patch.
Riders who do 25 or more DIFFERENT Mountain Goats, or who do ANY 50 Mountain Goats, will be awarded a Mountain Goat Plaque.
Mountain Goats (Total 117)
Mountain GoatCodeDescriptionMapAdded
Almaden Quicksilver ParkM01The Hacienda Entrance is just south of New Almaden. This also connects to the summit of Hicks Road.Map
Alpine Road EastM02Climbs from Alpine Road to Page Mill RoadMap
Alum Rock ParkM03Enter in through Penitencia Creek Road or Alum Rock Ave, in east San JoseMap
Annadel State ParkM04North on Hwy 101 to Santa Rosa, then east on Hwy 12.Map
Arastradero Regional PreserveMA3Take Hwy 280 to Page Mill Road, then preserve is located along Arastradero Road.Map02/2011
Big Basin State ParkM05From Saratoga, Take Hwy 9 over the hill to Hwy 236.Map
Boggs Mountain Demo ForestM06Go north to Calistoga, then Hwy 29 to Middletown, then Hwy 175 to Boggs Mountain.Map
Bolinas Ridge TrailsM07Above Hwy 1, between Stinson Beach and Olema, in Marin County.Map
Butano State ParkM08Off of Cloverdale Road, soth of Pescadero.Map
China Camp State ParkM09Take Hwy 101 north of San Rafael, near San Pablo Bay.Map
Coal Creek TrailM10Go about 1 mile north on Hwy 35 (Skyline Blvd) from the junction with Page Mill Road.Map
Del ValleMB5Trails surounding Del Valle Reservoir, south of Livermore.Map1/2014
DeLeveaga ParkMB6In Santa Cruz, with access from Branciforte Dr or Upper Park Rd. 10 miles of single track.Map1/2014
Downieville-Big BoulderM11Take Hwy 49 north of Grass Valley. Mountain Goats include Big Boulder, Butcher Ranch, Pauley Creek.Map
Downieville-Butcher RanchM12Take Hwy 49 north of Grass Valley. Mountain Goats include Big Boulder, Butcher Ranch, Pauley Creek.Map
Downieville-Pauley CreekM13Take Hwy 49 north of Grass Valley. Mountain Goats include Big Boulder, Butcher Ranch, Pauley Creek.Map
El Corte de Madera ParkM14Park at Skeggs Point, on Hwy 35 (Skyline Blvd) between Hwy 84 and Kings Mountain Road.Map
El Sereno TrailsM15Above Los Gatos, and extending up to the tops of both Bohlman and Montevina Roads.Map
Fifield-Cahill RidgeMB3From 92 to Sweeney Ridge on SF water land. Rides are guided. Listed on sfwater.orgMap
Fort Ord Trails NorthMA8Access from Hwy 1. Park at the intersection of Gigling and 8th Ave.Map02/2011
Fort Ord Trails SouthM16Take Hwy 68 west from Salinas, exit on Reservation Road, then Creek Terrace to the trailhead.Map02/2011
Fremont Older ParkM17Enter at the west end of Prospect Road. Trails extend over the hill to Stevens Creek Reservoir.Map
Golden Gate N.R. AreaM18Golden Gate National Recreation Area.Map
Grant Ranch Park TrailsM19Take Hwy 130 east of San Jose, in the foothills of Mt. Hamilton.Map
Harvey Bear RanchM20From Hwy 101, take San Martin Ave east. Trails cover the hills above Coyote Reservoir.Map
Henry Coe-Anza TrailM22From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Bowl TrailM23From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-China HoleM24From Morgan Hill, take Dunne Ave east to get to Henry Coe Headquarters.Map
Henry Coe-Coit Dam TrailM25From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Coit RoadM26From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Cougar TrailM27From Morgan Hill, take Dunne Ave east to get to Henry Coe Headquarters.Map
Henry Coe-County Line RdM28From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Crest TrailM29From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Cross CanyonM30From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Dexter TrailM31From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Domino PondM32From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Dutch's TrailM33From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Flat FrogM34From Morgan Hill, take Dunne Ave east to get to Henry Coe Headquarters.Map
Henry Coe-Grizzly GulchM35From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Hunting HollowM36From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Jackass TrailM37From Morgan Hill, take Dunne Ave east to get to Henry Coe Headquarters.Map
Henry Coe-Jackson TrailM38From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Jim DonnellyM39From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Kelly LakeM40From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Live Oak SprngM41From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Long Ridge RdM42From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Lyman WillsonM43From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Mahoney MeadowM44From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Manzanita PointM45From Morgan Hill, take Dunne Ave east to get to Henry Coe Headquarters.Map
Henry Coe-Middle RidgeM46From Morgan Hill, take Dunne Ave east to get to Henry Coe Headquarters.Map
Henry Coe-Orestimba CreekM47From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Pacheco FallsMA9From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map02/2011
Henry Coe-Pacheco RidgeM48From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Phegley RidgeM49From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Red Fern TrailM50From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Rock Tower TrailM55From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-SerpentineM51From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Spike JonesM52From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Steer RidgeM53From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Tie-Down TrailM54From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Tule Pond TrailM56From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Wagon RoadM57From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Wasno RoadM58From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Henry Coe-Willow RidgeM59From Gilroy, take Roop Road and Gilroy Hot Springs Road east to get to the Hunting Hollow entrance.Map
Joaquin Miller ParkMB7In Oaklnd, with access from Skyline Blvd. Lots of redwoods. Lots of technical single track.Map1/2014
Long Ridge TrailM60Along Hwy 35 (Skyline Blvd), north of Page Mill Road.Map
Marin Headlands TrailsMA4Take Hwy 1 north across the Golden Gate Bridge, then exit on Alexander Ave, then left on Bunker HillMap02/2011
Marin Water DistrictMB1Start at Natalie Coffin Greene Park-Includes Phoenix, Bon Tempe, Alpine, Lagunitas, and Kent LakesMap1/2012
McKnee RanchMB2Climb to North Peak Montara Mtn from Hwy 1 or end of Higgins Way in PacificaMap1/2012
Mission Peak TrailM61Off of Mission Blvd in Fremont. Entrances are on Stanford Ave and behind Ohlone College.Map
Montebello Regional ParkM62Start at the top of Montebello Road, or off of Page Mill Road, or at the upper Stevens Canyon TrailsMap
Monument Peak TrailM63From Milpitas, take Calaveras Road to Downing Rd to get to the south entrance in Ed Levin Park.Map
Mt. Tamalpais TrailsM64Take Hwy 1 north from Mill Valley. Trail starts at Mountain Home Inn, along the Panoramic Hwy.Map
Nisene Marks Park TrailsM65Take Hwy 1 to Aptos. The northern end of this park also connects with Soquel Demo Forest trails.Map
Old Coast RoadM66Take Hwy 1 south from Monterey to the Bixby Bridge.Map
Old Haul RoadM67Located in Pescadero Creek County Park.Map
Peters CreekM68Along Hwy 35 north of Page Mill. It also connects with Long Ridge and with Stevens Canyon trails.Map
Pleasanton Ridge TrailM69Take Hwy 680 north to Sunol, then Foothill Blvd to the park.Map
Pogonip Park TrailsMA5From Santa Cruz, take River Road, then Golf Club Drive.Map02/2011
Point Reyes TrailsM70Take Hwy 1 north to Olema.Map
Purisima Creek ParkM71Take Hwy 35 north of Kings Mountain Road. This trail also connects with Higgins Purisima Road.Map
Rancho Canada del OroMA0Take McKean Road south, then west onto Casa Loma Road.Map02/2011
Redwood Regional ParkM72Near Redwood Road and Pinehurst Road, east of Oakland.Map
Rockville Park TrailsM73Take Hwy 80 north to Fairfield. Exit on Suisun Valley Road north, then left on Rockville Road.Map
Russian Ridge Regional ParkM74On Hwy 35 (Skyline Blvd) at the junction with Page Mill and Alpine Roads.Map
San Juan Bautista Old Stage RdM76Start from San Juan Hwy just south of San Juan Bautista. Trail also connects with Crazy Horse Road.Map
Santa Teresa Park TrailsM77Take Bernal Road, in south San Jose.Map
Saratoga GapM78From Saratoga, take Hwy 9 up the hill to the junction with Hwy 35 (Skyline Blvd).Map
Sierra Azul-KennedyM79Starts at the top of Kennedy Road. Connects to Lexington Reservoir and Hicks Road.Map
Sierra Azul-Limekiln RidgeM80Start from Lexington Reservoir. Connects to Kennedy Road and Hicks Road.Map
Sierra Azul-Priest RockM81Start from Lexington Reservoir. Connects to Kennedy Road and Hicks Road.Map
Sierra Azul-Woods RoadM82Starts from the summit of Hicks road. Connects to Kennedy Road and Lexington Reservoir.Map
Sierra VistaMB410 miles of trails adjacent to and accessed via Alum Rock Park.Map1/2014
Skyline Regional ParkM83Along Hwy 35 (Skyline Blvd) south of Page Mill Road.Map
Soquel Demo. ForestM84Take Summit Road east from Hwy 17, then continue on Highland Way. Connects up with Nisene Marks.Map
St Josephs Hill TrailsM75This trail starts at Jones Road in Los Gatos, or enter at Lexington Reservoir from the south.Map
Stevens Canyon TrailsM85Start at the end of Stevens Canyon Road. Trails connect with the top of Page Mill and Skyline.Map
Sweeney RidgeMB0From Sneath Lane to Highway 1 and back via Mori Ridge trail and/or Baquiano Trail (Mori Point optionMap1/2012
Tahoe-Cold Stream ValleyM86There are numerous trails in the Lake Tahoe area. Take Hwy 50 east to South Lake Tahoe.Map
Tahoe-Flume TrailM87There are numerous trails in the Lake Tahoe area. Take Hwy 50 east to South Lake Tahoe.Map
Tahoe-General CreekM88There are numerous trails in the Lake Tahoe area. Take Hwy 50 east to South Lake Tahoe.Map
Tahoe-Hole-In-GroundM89There are numerous trails in the Lake Tahoe area. Take Hwy 50 east to South Lake Tahoe.Map
Tahoe-Kingsbury/SpoonerM94There are numerous trails in the Lake Tahoe area. Take Hwy 50 east to South Lake Tahoe.Map
Tahoe-Marlette/Tunnel CreekM95There are numerous trails in the Lake Tahoe area. Take Hwy 50 east to South Lake Tahoe.Map
Tahoe-Mr.Toads Wild RideM90There are numerous trails in the Lake Tahoe area. Take Hwy 50 east to South Lake Tahoe.Map
Tahoe-Old Emigrant TrailM91There are numerous trails in the Lake Tahoe area. Take Hwy 50 east to South Lake Tahoe.Map
Tahoe-Ophir Crk/Tunnel CrkM96There are numerous trails in the Lake Tahoe area. Take Hwy 50 east to South Lake Tahoe.Map
Tahoe-Paige Meadows LoopM92There are numerous trails in the Lake Tahoe area. Take Hwy 50 east to South Lake Tahoe.Map
Tahoe-Rubicon/MckinleyM93There are numerous trails in the Lake Tahoe area. Take Hwy 50 east to South Lake Tahoe.Map
Tahoe-Stagecoach/Starr LakeM97There are numerous trails in the Lake Tahoe area. Take Hwy 50 east to South Lake Tahoe.Map
Tamarancho TrailsMA1You need to buy a pass to ride these trails. Take Drake Blvd west from Fairfax.Map02/2011
Tilden Regional ParkM98Located in the hills above Oakland.Map
UConn TrailMA6Along Hwy 9, between Felton and Santa Cruz.Map02/2011
UCSC TrailsMA7University of California Santa Cruz Trails can be reached from Empire Grade.Map02/2011
VariousM00Usually a recurring weekly ride with a different Mountain Goat(s) each week 
Water Dog Lake TrailsMA2Located off of Ralston Road, in Belmont.Map02/2011
Wilder Ranch Park TrailsM99Take Hwy 1 just west of Santa Cruz.Map

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