Ukiah Valley Trail Group

Low Gap Park Trails




All Trails Map

This map includes all trails at Low Gap Park. The green trails are “Un-sanctioned” and illegal. Please stick to the named trails on the map.

City View Trail

Here’s how to get to the new City View Trail: starting at the parking lot across from the high school, take the paved road down hill and cross the big wide bridge. On the other side of the bridge you will follow the paved road that heads up hill. You’ll pass the dog park on your left and then see a road that goes to the left. Take the road to the left

In about 150 yards the paved road ends and connects with a dirt road. Take the dirt road to the right and head up hill. You will see a large, very well manicured yard on your left as you head up the hill. Continue past the disc golf tee and head up the hill as it slants to the left. In about 25 yards you will see a small trail that takes off to the left, that is marked with a “No Bikes” sign. Take this trail and immediately cross a little bridge and follow the trail as it proceeds up hill.

You will pass a vernal pool on the right of the trail. Observe the vernal pool, but stay out of it as it is a very fragile and special environment. You will reach an intersection. The trail that proceeds to the right is “Canyon Trail” and makes about a two mile loop back to the paved road you came in on. The trail to the left is the new trail! Congratulations, you made it. The trail goes out, loops, and then returns to your present location. Walking the new trail is about a two mile loop. Combine it with “Canyon Trail” for a 4+ mile walk. Have fun, and support our future trail building efforts with your donations and volunteer hours and by encouraging your friends to do the same.

Canyon Creek and Orr Creek Trails

From the parking lot at the tennis courts take the paved road down hill and cross the big wide bridge. On the other side of the bridge you will follow the paved road that heads up hill. The trail starts just across the road from the Dog park. It heads through a small grove of oaks and heads down hill to Orr Creek. Stay on the most traveled section of trail and you will get a nice loop that brings you back to the dog park. The trail is narrow with tight switch backs but is a nice, hilly walk.

Wildflower Brochure 2014