Help Save Dog Walking Recreation at Mori Point!
Located between Sharp Park and Rockaway Beach in Pacifica, GGNRA's Mori Point is a popular 110-acre oceanfront bluff and trails area that has been used for decades by the surrounding neighborhoods and Bay Area residents for dog walking. Under GGNRA's proposed plan, on-leash dog walking trails at Mori Point would be cut by 50%. Anyone walking with more than three dogs would not have access to any trails at Mori Point. The only loop option for dog walkers would be a long loop only able to be completed by the most physically fit walkers (Old Mori Trail to the Coastal Trail and back along Highway 1) . On-leash dog walking would be banned from Mori Point's more desirable and less strenuous lower loop trails (Lishumsha and Upper Mori trails). Under this plan, the only option for the many older and physically challenged residents that use this area regularly for dog walking would be an out and back walk on one trail (Old Mori trail).
Allowing dog walking access along the Lishumsha and Upper Mori trails from Old Mori trail would spread users out and provide a much higher quality outdoor experience for the less able and all visitors.