With miles of rocky and natural terrain on the edge of town, the trails at Irish Hills add to the allure of San Luis Obispo as a mountain bike destination. Although our ride was short, I have no doubt that with more time we would hit these trails again.
Stats: 9.0 miles – 1800 feet of climbing
If the route is too short, you can easily do a second lap on Mariposa or King, as well as cross over and explore the trails at Johnson Ranch.
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8 thoughts on “Trail Guide – Irish Hills – San Luis Obispo, California”
Dude love your videos and riding.
How you liking your Bronson compared to other bikes you’ve tested? Just sold my 2014 and looking at the new one or a Nomad. Cheers!
Thanks a bunch man! New Bronson for sure! It is leaps and bounds better than the V1. I had a Nomad in for a year before I got on the Bronson and it is better in everyway than the Nomad!
Hey guys. Great videos. So I’m going to be in SLO for one day next weekend and I’m just wondering which location you guys would recommend if I can only go on one ride?
If you want something scenic with good riding then MDO! If you want something more technical then Irish Hills and Cerro San Luis.
Hey guys what trail has that dirt jump section at the end? Love your vids BTW.
Hey Guys, where was that dirt jump secton at the end??
Loved the video! Defintely gonna hit up Mariposa and Irish hills when im up there next.
Diego, that is near the Froom Creek connector trail, right behind the Costco gas station in SLO, if you park in Costco, the jump park is right there.
Hey that end section with the dirt jumps you can find back to the left of Costco where the gas pumps are.