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The drive up winding roads to this park is demanding but well worth the effort. The views across San Francisco Bay we’re amazing, but could easily be affected by low cloud. You need change to pay for the car park... no wardens.
My Tamalpais we learned is the birthplace of mountain biking..... I certainly couldn’t do it, but if you are an intense bike rider apparently it’s heaven!! There are several hiking trails that offer beautiful views. Be aware of fog and visibility. A trip up on...More
I had heard about the fame and life of this great mountain and stories associated to it but , visiting this mountain Park is an experience unique in its own . It is a walkers and trekkers dream come true . Need a good pair...More
Hiking down to Stinson Beach and back was wonderful. Took about 4 hours, about 7miles round trip, including time for lunch at a fabulous taco place on the Beach. The hike back up was a little brutal for someone out of shape like myself, but...More
This Park is easily accessible from San Francisco, and contains a great range of viewscapes within a wide array of microclimates. The Matt Davis Trail out of Pantoll Ranger Station Park HQ, for example, begins with a panoramic ocean view, but quickly descends into a...More
From Dipsea Trail, there are many trails to branch out; Steep Ravine, Muir Woods and climb up to Pantoll Range Station. Take your time. This is not a beginners hike. The terrain can get narrow and uneven. Focus on your footing and bring lots of...More
Used to hike Mt Tam with mom back in the day, her ashes may or may not be scattered there. Don't obey google directions, they bypass Pan Toll road. When going in the fog, drive slow and turn your headlights on! There are lots of...More
You are fast approaching God's annual wildflower show. Mt. Tam is filled with trails, and a map is usually available at the ranger station. Even on foggy days, you can usually reach the sun well before the summit. Dress in... More
You are fast approaching God's annual wildflower show. Mt. Tam is filled with trails, and a map is usually available at the ranger station. Even on foggy days, you can usually reach the sun well before the summit. Dress in layers. It can be quite chilly, but warmer in sunny areas that are out of the wind. Have fun!