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Mt. Tam is a wonderful park to visit. You can drive all the way to the top and park, walking up to the firehouse platform or around the Mountain. Be smart, bring water, watch where you walk. I was just there in mid-September and nearly...More
This is a great stop between Sausalito and Stinson Beach, as long as you don't mind the windy, busy road. It isn't too narrow, but there are lots of bike riders and that can make it narrow. Just be a bit cautious.
The view and...More
Mount Tam’ is a great place to visit, and the views are amazing.
There’s probably the best photo opportunity on the lower road not far from the freeway and the Golden Gate bridge viewpoint.
From this location you can get an excellent shot of yourself,...More
Just over the Golden Gate Bridge in Marin County, there are miles and miles of trails. Drive to the top of Mt. Tam, but, if you go on a weekend, start early. There are tons of mountain bikers biking up the switchback turns, and then...More
We started in Muir Woods Nat. Monument. We caught an uber to Muir from SF. We then hiked up and out of Muir and into Tamalpais ending on the Panoramic Trail. Great 4.2 mi. hike. Stopped at Mountain Home Inn for a bite, then ubered...More
For a lovely stroll my husband and I went to hike Mt. Tam. Although we drove to the very top we found the temperatures in excess of 100 degrees on that day too much so we drove down the mountain a bit and went for...More
I saw some tours ranging from $50-$80 on trip advisor. My family and I paid $8. We started out on Muir Woods and followed different paths after that. The surroundings are mystical. It rained a couple of times on us but we enjoyed the rain...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!