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Woodland Hiking

Use the city page to learn about local hiking, nature, trailheads, trail and route maps, and groups that meet near the city.

Parks and Preserves in and Near Woodland

Lake of the Woods State Wildlife Area | Distance: 19.99 km

Putah Creek State Wildlife Area | Distance: 20.88 km

Maidu Park | Distance: 28.79 km

Folsom Lake State Recreational Area | Distance: 32.35 km

Las Posadas State Forest | Distance: 33.54 km

Bothe-Napa Valley State Park | Distance: 41.53 km

Sugarloaf Ridge | Distance: 44.17 km

Browns Island Regional Shoreline | Distance: 44.49 km

Robert Louis Stevenson State Park | Distance: 45.81 km

Bay Point | Distance: 46.66 km

Annadel State Park | Distance: 49.05 km

Black Diamond Mines | Distance: 49.07 km

Sacramento National Wildlife Refuge | Distance: 54.48 km

Shollenberger Park | Distance: 54.49 km

Briones Regional Park | Distance: 54.89 km

Shell Ridge Open Space | Distance: 55.75 km

Mount Diablo State Park | Distance: 55.79 km

Olompali State Park | Distance: 58.46 km

Indian Tree Preserve | Distance: 62.42 km

Brooks Island | Distance: 62.54 km

Joaquin Miller Park | Distance: 63.78 km

Bishop Ranch | Distance: 65.06 km

Lake Merritt Park | Distance: 65.69 km

Anthony Chabot Regional Park | Distance: 66.03 km

Armstrong Redwoods | Distance: 67.15 km

Cull Canyon Regional Recreation Area | Distance: 67.46 km

Samuel P. Taylor State Park | Distance: 68.51 km

Austin Creek State Recreation Area | Distance: 69.35 km

Muir Woods National Monument | Distance: 69.53 km

Golden Gate National Recreation Area | Distance: 70.07 km

Point Reyes National Seashore | Distance: 70.74 km

The Presidio | Distance: 71.79 km

Golden Gate Park | Distance: 72.77 km

Lands End National Recreation Area | Distance: 72.94 km

Garin Park | Distance: 73.08 km

Caswell Memorial State Park | Distance: 75.26 km

Park Merced | Distance: 76.79 km

San Bruno Mountain State Park | Distance: 77.42 km

Fort Funston Park | Distance: 77.47 km

Thornton Beach State Park | Distance: 78.5 km

Westmoor Park | Distance: 78.93 km

Mussel Rock Park | Distance: 79.8 km

Sharp Park in Pacifica | Distance: 80.15 km

Fort Ross State Park | Distance: 80.21 km

Milagra Ridge | Distance: 81.2 km

Tahoe National Forest | Distance: 81.53 km

Coyote Point Park | Distance: 81.93 km

Eldorado National Forest | Distance: 82.43 km

Sweeny Ridge | Distance: 82.88 km

Salt Point State Park | Distance: 83.86 km

San Pedro Park | Distance: 84.36 km

Pedro Point Park | Distance: 84.5 km

San Francisco State Fish and Game Refuge | Distance: 85.08 km

Edgewood Park | Distance: 85.16 km

Coal Creek | Distance: 86.21 km

McNee Ranch State Park | Distance: 86.59 km

Calaveras Big Trees State Park | Distance: 86.7 km

Palo Alto Baylands Park | Distance: 87.15 km

Plumas National Forest | Distance: 87.52 km

Mendocino National Forest | Distance: 88.57 km

Shoreline at Mountain View | Distance: 88.83 km

Ben Hur Lampman State Park | Distance: 89.61 km

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Parks near Woodland

Hiking Groups Nearby

Sacramento Backpacking | Distance: 18.67 km

Description: Sacramento-area based group with a preference for multiple-day excursions into the backcountry.

Amazon HIking and Adventure Group | Distance: 29.68 km

Description: Fairfield, CA based Women's Hiking & Outdoor Adventure Group! The Amazon Group is a group for meeting other Women in their 20's and 30's who enjoy hiking, outdoors, and fitness. This group is for healthy/fit women who love to be outdoors and enjoy activities like: Hiking, backpacking, river-rafting, kayaking, and camping! Whether you are an experienced hiker or have never hiked before, join us! Other events include girl's night outs, hanging out, and day trips to fun new places. We also often stop at nearby places for good brews, food and conversation after hikes. Have fun while getting fit! Make new friends! Take time out of your busy life and get outside, and meet new people.

Sonoma County Wanderers | Distance: 59.59 km

Description: This is a hiking group for the intermediate hiker! For a hiker that enjoys a relaxed pace, conversation, picture taking and the journey as much as the destination. We usually do between 4 and 10 miles with moderate elevation gain. \r\nCome join us!

test group | Distance: 63.28 km

Description: Group for testing

Muir Woods and Marin Hiking | Distance: 67.58 km

Description: hiking in Muir Woods and other nearby areas. There is even a trail with a small bar at the end of it - join us!

Bay Area Birders | Distance: 71.61 km

Description: This group is for birding people in the San Francisco Bay area. I figure we can open it to everyone. I will not be the "leader", but I hope that each of you will step forward now and then to lead some kind of outing. Roy

test | Distance: 73.41 km

Description: test

GRN Hike | Distance: 74.04 km

Description: Hiking!

San Francisco Hiking Group | Distance: 74.05 km

Description: Scenic hikes and challenging rock climbing along the Bay with views of the Pacific Ocean, Golden Gate Bridge, Presidio, and Sausalito. Good way to make friends with San Francisco locals and enjoy some good hiking!

Roam the Woods: Women Specific Backpacking | Distance: 75.35 km

Description: Get Trail Smart! Roam offers one and two week backpacking learning vacations for women. We utilize National Parks and Wilderness areas across the U.S. as our "classroom". Have you ever wanted to see glacier fed lakes, long distance trails, dormant volcanoes, waterfalls, lush meadows, mountain streams, awe inspiring peaks…and have the confidence to accept every lesson Mother Nature provides? Roam will show you the way! Visit: www.roamthewoods.com for more information

Snowdogs | Distance: 76.83 km

Description: Hiking, Running, Skiing/Snowboarding and other outdoor activities

Hiking Pacifica Coast | Distance: 83.23 km

Description: Hiking in Pacifica. Splendid views on a sunny day. Hikes range 4 to 7 miles - some elevation (up to 625). Eat/drink at local places.

Milpitas Social Group | Distance: 84.93 km

Description: This group is for all ages!! We do things from San Francisco to Santa Barbara and occasionally all the way to Los Angeles. Dinners, pot lucks, hikes, walks, bikes, camping, happy hours, treat yourself to a massage/spa treatment. Run into old friend! Everybody has to eat and exercise sometime – might as well do it in good company of others. As we see it, one of the reasons to create this group is for singles of all ages to get together and have fun. Struggling with Divorce? Meet other persons who are either anticipating or are in the midst of divorce, custody, or support-related issues and need some direction. Just broke up with a boyfriend/girlfriend. Well join the group! …or just killing times until Mr/Ms. "RIGHT" comes along! To those newly singled and are yet unsure what they want to do with their lives. We suggest a period of experimental single of growth where you can try a variety of new things, new friends, new attitudes etc... You just need to find what is really right for YOU! In the meantime you do need some fun. Our suggestion is to set your goal for the next year, along with other things that make you happy as a single person and learning to enjoy life to its fullest extent. To make friends with others or whatever you need to lead to a happy life. If you picture yourself as always being alone, miserable or whatever then your subconscious will see to it that you do things to keep you that way or you can constantly visualize yourself as having fun, being with other people to do whatever necessary to get you out of that mood onto the mainline of a HAPPY, NEW LIFE OF FREEDOM. DO IT NOW! By signing up and tell yourself that there is absolutely no need to be miserable. As most people spend more time planning a weekend than they do planning the rest of their life.

Before Work Hiking | Distance: 98.44 km

Description: This is a group for short morning hikes

Jill and Sula's Hiking Group | Distance: 116.64 km

Description: Fun, social, urban hikes that end in a pub.

Very challenging hike group | Distance: 116.64 km

Description: Experienced hiker group who look for difficult, long and challenging hikes to get really great exercise, get in great shape and have a great workout!

Downtown Embarcadero Exercise Group | Distance: 116.64 km

Description: Group of professionals who can walk along the scenic Embarcadero from Market along the bay to Fishermans Wharf. We can start at 6pm at the Ferry Building which is at the end of Market street crossing Embarcadero. Address: 1 Ferry Building # 35 San Francisco, CA 94111-4230

Bank Holiday Land's End Hiking | Distance: 116.64 km

Description: This group is for hikers who get Holidays off from work, such as Veterans Day, Columbus Day, Labor Day, etc. and want to spend the morning on a stroll in scenic Land's End! We meet on Bank Holidays at 10:15 on the North West Corner of 27th Avenue and California. Reminders will be posted on the hiking event calendar.

Experiment Hiking Group's Page | Distance: 116.64 km

Description: Creating an experimental hiking group. This group's hikes are tough :)

Bay Area Outdoor Volunteering | Distance: 116.64 km

Description: This group is for people who want to be active and participate in helping to build trails, sustainable farming projects, planting trees, and working with other outdoor organizations and parks.

Weekday hiking on the San Francisco peninsula | Distance: 116.64 km

Description: This is for our private group

North Bay Hikes | Distance: 116.64 km

Description: We are Santa Rosa-based, most outings are in Sonoma, Marin, and Napa counties. Mostly hiking, some paddling, camping, biking etc. See pictures and a list of past outings on our website. Click "Join NorthBayHikes.com" to sign up for email invitations to our outings.

Winter Snowshoe Hikes/Campouts | Distance: 116.64 km

Description: If you own snowshoes and/or enjoy backcountry nordic skiing, this group might be for you. I'd like to plan Truckee/Tahoe snowshoe hikes (maybe also up north towards Lassen) this season 2010-2011. Members are not expected to be triathletes, but should be sufficiently fit to handle cold weather challenges. As excursions may include overnighters, I'd like to invite those who are conservation-minded and wouldn't think twice about picking up garbage they might see on the trail. Weekday trips are also in the works.

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Upcoming Hikes Nearby

SF BEER OLYMPICS! FREE + Cheap Beer! | Distance: 69.86 km

Date: Friday, 2-2-2018

Description: Hey everyone! Come meet some new peeps while going for the gold in the SF Beer Olympics FREE to play! 5 BEERS for $10 Games: Flip Cup, Beer Pong, Relays --> Everyone's placed on a team based on their country (to make it easy to meet people). There is a UN team too. --> Teams compete in games including flip cup, beer pong and relays. --> Come to play or just come and watch, drink cheap beer and be social! Meet and compete against locals, travelers, couch surfers, au pairs and hostelers. After the Olympics, head upstairs for free entry to Impala night club! (Free entry for Olympics guests only). 'Like' us on Facebook *and* RSVP that you're attending & your 1st beer is $1 http://www.facebook.com/beerpubcrawl ****************************************************** DATE: Fridays PLACE: Horizon 498 Broadway St., SF (Signup with the Beer Olympics coordinator) TIME: Signup at 8:30PM ******************************************************

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Trailheads in and Near Woodland

Trailhead Name: Nature Oaks Trail Trailhead

Distance: 36.04 km

Trailhead Description: There are picnic tables in the area as well.

Parking is available at this trailhead

Parking spots: 10

Parking is NOT free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Trailhead Name: Oat Hill Mine

Distance: 43.86 km

Trailhead Description: La Prima Pizza is Just across from the base of the Oat Hill Mine Rd.

Parking is not available or very limited at this trailhead

Parking spots: 20

Parking is NOT free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Trailhead Name: Table Rock at Robert Louis Stevenson State Park

Distance: 45.76 km

Trailhead Description: The trail starts from the parking lot on the right side of Route 29 in Robert Louis Stevenson State Park.

Parking is not available or very limited at this trailhead

Parking spots: 10

Parking is NOT free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Trailhead Name: Robert Louis Stephenson Park

Distance: 45.77 km

Trailhead Description: Parking Lot is at Robert Louis Stevenson State Park on the right of route 29.

Parking is not available or very limited at this trailhead

Parking spots: 10

Parking is NOT free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Trailhead Name: Regency Drive Trailhead

Distance: 52.84 km

Trailhead Description: Off Clayton road, go to the end of Regency Drive in Clayton. Trailhead is for the Mt.Diablo State Park

Parking is not available or very limited at this trailhead

Parking spots: 10

Parking is NOT free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Trailhead Name: Regency Drive

Distance: 52.92 km

Trailhead Description: End of Regency Drive in Clayton

Parking is not available or very limited at this trailhead

Parking spots: 10

Parking is NOT free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Trailhead Name: Shollenberger Parking Lot Trailhead

Distance: 54.37 km

Trailhead Description: This is a trailhead that starts right at the parking lot area of the park.

Parking is available at this trailhead

Parking spots: 20

Parking is NOT free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Trailhead Name: Huckleberry Regional Preserve

Distance: 62.08 km

Trailhead Description: Single file trail through growth. Relatively easy walk. Nice brochure for plant identification and intro to local ecology.

Parking is available at this trailhead

Parking spots: 12

Parking is free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Trailhead Name: Sausal Creek

Distance: 64.9 km

Trailhead Description: This is a great Urban trailhead for multiple hikes in the Oakland hills via the Sausal Creek Trail which leads to Joaquin Miller Park and then Redwood Park, Roberts Park...and on to Sibley, Huckleberry, Tilden...etc.

Parking is available at this trailhead

Parking spots: 20

Parking is free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Trailhead Name: Lake Merrit at Downtown 20th street

Distance: 65.83 km

Trailhead Description: There are bathrooms in the businesses nearby like Starbucks. The park itself has no rest rooms. The parking is available, but metered or in a garage.

Parking is available at this trailhead

Parking spots: 5

Parking is free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Trailhead Name: Sky Trail

Distance: 66.44 km

Trailhead Description: Ridge trail in Point Reyes

Parking is available at this trailhead

Parking spots: 10

Parking is NOT free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Trailhead Name: Armstrong Redwoods Ridge Trail at Armstrong Redwoods State Natural Reserve

Distance: 67.36 km

Trailhead Description: To get to the trailhead: From downtown Guerneville on Main St. (Highway 116), drive 2.3 miles north on Armstrong Woods Road to the visitor center on the right, just before the state park entrance station. Park in the large lot on the right by the visitor center.

Parking is not available or very limited at this trailhead

Parking spots: 20

Parking is NOT free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Trailhead Name: Spencer Avenue

Distance: 69.14 km

Trailhead Description: Spencer Avenue is an exit on Highway 101 with immediate access to the Marin Headlands of Golden Gate National Recreation Area. There is a Bus Pad for public transit access to Golden Gate Transit, and it is also a Park and Ride parking lot. The Morning Sun Trail leads steeply uphill from the trailhead, to a junction with the SCA and Alta Trails.

Parking is available at this trailhead

Parking spots: 20

Parking is free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Trailhead Name: Summit Springs Thd, Mendocino National Forest

Distance: 69.58 km

Trailhead Description: Trailhead is our entry point to the Snow Mountain Wilderness.

Parking is not available or very limited at this trailhead

Parking spots: 5

Parking is NOT free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Trailhead Name: Bocce Courts near Justin Herman Plaza

Distance: 69.77 km

Trailhead Description: Meet at the Bocce Courts which are next to Justin Herman Plaza, Market and Steuart Street, San Francisco

Parking is not available or very limited at this trailhead

Parking spots: 5

Parking is free at this trailhead

Access to trail is NOT wheelchair accessible

Restrooms available: NO

Hiking Routes Near Woodland

Route Name: Bernal Hill loop - 2.4 miles

Route Description: Counter-clock-wise semi-loop. Start on Joice trail up, bear right at junction with Norred trail, right at the junction with Bernal Hill trail, left at the junction with Vista Loop, left at the junction with Bernal Hill, return on Joice trail

Distance: 14.73

Total elevation gain: 698

Total elevation loss: 699

Route Name: coyote peak

Route Description: one way route to coyote peak

Distance: 15.73

Total elevation gain: 1085

Total elevation loss: 424

Route Name: Coyote Peak - Rocky Ridge Loop

Route Description: Moderate Climb to Coyote Peak, great views from the top, gentle descent on rocky ridge trail. No shade. Gorgeous wildflowers in spring on Rocky Ridge trail.

Distance: 15.79

Total elevation gain: 762

Total elevation loss: 773

Route Name: Mine hill hike

Route Description: Moderate loop from hacienda entrance. Lots of wildflowers in spring.

Distance: 16.95

Total elevation gain: N/A

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: Wildflower walk - April 28

Route Description: moderate loop; good for viewing sprig wildflowers. Fire road

Distance: 16.95

Total elevation gain: N/A

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: Mount Sizer loop

Route Description: clock-wise

Distance: 27.11

Total elevation gain: N/A

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: mt sizer loop

Route Description: clock-wise

Distance: 27.11

Total elevation gain: N/A

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: Headquerters to Coyote Creek entrance

Route Description: From the Headquarters, take Corral, Manzanita Point Road, Madrone Soda Springs down to Coyote Creek. Then follow Coyote creek downstream to Coyote Creek entrance

Distance: 27.11

Total elevation gain: 239

Total elevation loss: 1948

Route Name: Sausal Creek to Redwood Peak

Route Description: This is very much an approximation, but you get the general idea. The mileage will be more like 4-4.5 each way with all the actual trail bends and twists, and the net elevation gain is about 1100 feet. The point of the hike is starting in the suburbs, getting surprisingly far into the woods, and achieving a genuine flatland-to-peak on-foot experience. The little jog toward Castle Drive is to stop for lunch with a terrific panoramic view of the Bay Area--be warned, there is no such view from the Peak, just a sense of accomplishment among some fantastic Redwoods.

Distance: 31.71

Total elevation gain: N/A

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: Lake Merrit Loop in Oakland Downtown

Route Description: Just a nice loop without almost any elevation. It is around a pretty lake and there are some birds in the area. It is a very pleasant walk altogether.

Distance: 32.98

Total elevation gain: N/A

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: Huckleberry Regional Preserve Loop

Route Description: Route is approximate as I cannot see the location of the single-track trail. Total distance of the loop should come out to about 2.35 miles with 850 feet of cumulative elevation gain. Very nice time of year to visit now in May -- One of the gems of the East Bay Regional Park System.

Distance: 33.68

Total elevation gain: N/A

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: Hunting Hollow and Wagon roads to Willson Camp

Route Description: Hunting Hollow road follows creek. In winter be prepared for multiple creek crossing (crossable, but can be 2-3 feet deep after heavy rain). Turn left onto Wagon road.

Distance: 35.15

Total elevation gain: N/A

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: Gilroy Hot Sprongs road to Coyote Creek entrance

Route Description: This is walk on the paved road. It starts at Hunting Hollow and goes to Coyote Creek entrance

Distance: 35.15

Total elevation gain: 144

Total elevation loss: 100

Route Name: Quest for Chocolate

Route Description: Ferry Building to Ghiradelli Square over Russian Hill

Distance: 36.34

Total elevation gain: 380

Total elevation loss: 331

Route Name: From Downtown to the Inner Richmond

Route Description: We will just take Post street and then around the Trader Joes area we will walk on Geary street or maybe California.

Distance: 36.36

Total elevation gain: N/A

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: Regency Drive to Mt.Diablo Summit

Route Description: This is the most direct route.

Distance: 36.79

Total elevation gain: 3230

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: Loop Around Lake Merced

Route Description: This is just a smile loop around Lake Merced. There is little elevation change and the loop is simply a nice walk around the pretty lake.

Distance: 37.03

Total elevation gain: 110

Total elevation loss: 118

Route Name: Length of Golden Gate Park Route

Route Description: A way to get from one side of Golden Gate Park from another.

Distance: 37.44

Total elevation gain: N/A

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: Ecology Trail and back via Ridge Trails

Route Description: We will start at the Ecology Trail, walk by the officers row, then the cannon display, walk by the Golden Gate bridge, and take the Bay Area Ridge Trail back to where we started.

Distance: 38.5

Total elevation gain: N/A

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: Stumbling Around The Presidio

Route Description: We will just pick random trails and see the Palace of Fine Arts, and the Yoda statue. We will cover a few trails.

Distance: 38.5

Total elevation gain: N/A

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: Ecology Trail, Officers Row, Cannon Display, Palace of Fine Arts

Route Description: This is an amazing route which probably has in it a quarter of the city attractions and you can see them all in about an hour hike! We also saw the Yoda statue.

Distance: 38.5

Total elevation gain: N/A

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: Coastal Shipwrecks and cannons along the way

Route Description: Take Ecology trail to officers row where there is a cannon display. Then head to the coast to see live gigantic cannons facing the ocean. Then go to Lands End to see real shipwrecks that are visible above water.

Distance: 38.5

Total elevation gain: 325

Total elevation loss: 570

Route Name: Hike To Yoda Statue

Route Description: This is a short but popular hike to the offices of Lucas Arts where there is a statue of Yoda. This particular route also features Inspiration Point which has beautiful views. It also features the Ecology Trail, the old Officers Row, and a display of historic cannons along the way.

Distance: 38.5

Total elevation gain: 42

Total elevation loss: 309

Route Name: Hike From Lands End to Fort Funston

Route Description: A Hike all along the

Distance: 39.69

Total elevation gain: N/A

Total elevation loss: N/A

Route Name: Morning Sun Trail

Route Description: The Morning Sun Trail is a short connector between the trailhead at Spencer Avenue along Highway 101 and the Alta Trail within the Marin Headlands.

Distance: 42.97

Total elevation gain: 377

Total elevation loss: 22

Route Name: Limantour Beach to Sculptured Beach, Secret Beach, and Pt Resistance.

Route Description: Limantour Beach to Pt Resistance and back.

Distance: 66.27

Total elevation gain: 261

Total elevation loss: 264

Route Name: Loop Around the Park

Route Description: This is a 2-mile loop around the park. There are some scenic spots along the way. People like to jog, stroll, walk with their dogs, or bike on this route.

Distance: 67.35

Total elevation gain: 13

Total elevation loss: 14

Route Name: Tomales Point trail

Route Description: 9.5 miles roundtrip. Gently rolling terrain. Easy to follow route, no turns. Trail is well-maintained for the first 3 miles. The last 1.7 milesGreat views of the ocean. Bird rock. Elks. Wildflowers (Coast Bush Lupin, Wild Radish, California poppy, Douglas Iris). No Shade. Can be windy/foggy. Historical Pierce ranch at the trailhead.

Distance: 77.06

Total elevation gain: 488

Total elevation loss: 774

Route Name: Arroyo Seco: Gorge - upstream to the waterfall

Route Description: From the closed Gate, follow the Indian Road to the Marble Peak trailhead. Descend to the river (0.3 miles). Walk/swim upstream to the narrows and to waterfall. There is a climbing rope that allows to climb up.

Distance: 84.34

Total elevation gain: 1291

Total elevation loss: 1017

Route Name: Arroyo Seco - Rocky Creek

Route Description: Starting from Arroyo Seco/River, follow Rocky Creek upstream. There is a trail on a map for 3-4 miles. Most likely overgrown/ washed out.

Distance: 84.34

Total elevation gain: 4214

Total elevation loss: 76

Route Name: Palisades

Route Description: The normal oat hill mine hikes are up and back. The full palisades hike is is a 1-way hike, you'll need cars at both ends. We hope to have one group going each way, switching keys in the middle. Some hikers may choose to hike the Oat hill Mine or Table rock only.

Distance: 89.2

Total elevation gain: 2076

Total elevation loss: 358

Route Name: The Oaks Nature Trail Route

Route Description: Nice and scenic walk along the shore. This is a hiking/walking trail only. No cyclists or equestrians are allowed. The trail isn't very long and there is nearly no elevation gain or loss.

Distance: 105.7

Total elevation gain: 9

Total elevation loss: 9

Route Name: Summit Spring Thd to Snow Mtn West East

Route Description: Follow the established trail and fire roads up the mountain. Campsite is about 4 miles from the trailhead. Summit is about an additional 2 miles past the campsite.

Distance: 141.09

Total elevation gain: 2437

Total elevation loss: 103

Past Hikes In The Area (By Date)

How many peaks do we have to climb before the pub? | Distance: 73.2 km

Description: We're back to get that booty back in shape!

We begin in Cole Valley on the corner of Parnassus and Willard Street. (There is a bus stop on this corner for the 43 and 6)

Hike into Mt Sutro Forest (find the fairy gates) cross Claredon Avenue to Twin Peaks Reservoir toward top of Twin Peaks Summit (usually very windy but an amazing view of the entire city) YES we will go up BOTH PEAKS then head downhill to Tank Hill Park (this is my favorite view and there is a new froggy friend up there!) finally back into Cole Valley where we started!

Have Victory Beer at a pub for doing such an awesone job on the uphill!

Maybe this one | Distance: 69.1 km

Description: Meow idk

Thirsty Thursday TOGA PARTY - Toga, Toga, Toga! | Distance: 69.5 km

Description: Grab a bed sheet and join us for the Thirsty Thursday TOGA Party at Atmosphere! $1 sliders, $2 nachos, $3 drink menu, great dance music, and prizes for best Toga! Meet travelers, locals, au pairs and international students while playing Toga Bingo to win $3 Shots! Mingle with others throughout the night to complete your Toga Bingo Card. Get $3 shots every time you mark off a square on your game card. NOTE: You *must* arrive before 10pm to get a free Toga Bingo Card which will allow you to participate in the game throughout the evening. One drink minimum - first drink is regular price upon entry, then your next 3 drinks are $2 (Bud & Wells/House Spirits). Here are some inspirational videos/instructions on how to wrap your ordinary bed sheet into an instant award-winning toga: http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Toga-out-of-a-Bedsheet RSVP is *Required* RSVP HERE: https://www.facebook.com/events/167959423364272/ *************************************************** WHEN: Thur ....

Oat Hill Mine Road and the Palisades | Distance: 43.9 km

Description: Introduction
The palisades are beautiful, and this hike offers gorgeous views of it and the Calistoga valley. This hike simply goes up to Robert Louis Stevenson park or Down from the park to the Pizza place at the trailhead. This makes it easy to offer several hiking options - people can simply turn around when they are tired. The grade is fairly easy on the knees but undulates across the front of the palisades.

Extra Items:

Most of this hike is exposed to the sun. We recommend doing it during winter, or on cool days <65F. Bring 3-4 22oz water bottles each for 65 degree weather. Seriously! Wear sturdy hiking boots, the palisades trail is not well worn and is rocky in places. If you have them, bring 2-way radios so the fast + slow groups can keep in touch.

Hiking options:
◾Carpool: Add 2 hours to each of these times to cover carpooling + lunch + hike intro.
◾Short hike to bald hill: 2 hours 45 mins. 5.7 miles, 1300ft gain/loss.
◾Medium hike to Pali ....

3 peaks and a pub: Mt Davidson to Twin Peaks to beer | Distance: 74.8 km

Description: We will begin at Bus Stop (43) on Miraloma Dr & Marne Ave. Following meeting we will explore Mount Davidson, at 927 feet, it's the highest point in San Francisco. This 40 acre park has expansive views so let's hope for some sunshine! There is also a very large cross. We will then walk to the backside of Twin Peaks and get wind swept. After we ooh and ahhh a bit we will cruise down the peaks toward Cole Valley and find a pub that will fill us with tasty beverages.

Enjoy a little green before we get green: Mt Sutro Forest and Golden Gate Park then St. Pat's celebr | Distance: 73.2 km

Description: We begin in Cole Valley on the corner of Parnassus and Willard Street. Hike into Mt Sutro Forest (find the fairy gates) cross Claredon Avenue and head downhill to Tank Hill Park then back into Cole Valley to Golden Gate Park. We hike through the park exploring Lily Pond, AIDS Memorial, Stow Lake, and Strawberry Hill! We will then venture into the Inner Richmond and end up at a pub -- maybe Buckshot Bar & Gameroom where we can toast to the Irish!

Beach Blanket Bingo Hike: Beach, Sutro Baths, a Labrynith and a Tiki Bar | Distance: 75 km

Description: We will meet on the ocean side across the street from Java Beach Cafe. We will then walk up Ocean Beach towards Sutro Baths. We will then walk along the cliffs of Land's End Trail to the Labyrinth and continue to El Camino del Mar. We will then wind our way through pretty streets to Trdr Sam's Tiki Bar on Geary. It is there we will rest and have a nice ice cream drink reward.

Climb Up: Two for one uphill Glen Canyon Park and Mt Davidson (and of course a cold beer reward) | Distance: 74.5 km

Description: We will meet outside the Glen Park BART station entrance. From there we will walk towards Glen Canyon Park. It is a city park that occupies about 70 acres along a deep canyon adjacent to the Glen Park, Diamond Heights, and Miraloma Park neighborhoods. It has a nice uphill climb. After exploring the park we will walk down Portola Drive to Mt Davidson. Yup. it's a two-for-one uphill adventure. After seeing the big ass cross I am sure we will be quite parched so we will descend and walk to West Portal for a frosty beverage. This is a point A to point B so plan accordingly for transportation.

Search For Holiday Spirit Hike: WALK ACROSS THE CITY toward Hot Cocoa with Peppermint Schnapps | Distance: 72.9 km

Description: We will meet at the Golden Gate Park entrance on Stanyan/Haight Street across from Whole Foods. We will then proceed to walk across the city in search of the hollerday spirit and splendor and sparkly lights and gingerbread houses and trains and end at Union Square where we will find a cozy place to sip on Hot Cocoa with Peppermint Schnapps. mmmmmm it will be a lovely way to celebrate the weekend with a little exercise thrown in too!

2012 Rock Paper Scissors Election Decider Pub Crawl! Win $100 Bar Tab! Prizes for Obama/Romney Look- | Distance: 69.8 km

Description: \'Like\' us on Facebook *and* RSVP you\'re attending and get a $1 Obamarama Shot! www.facebook.com/beerpubcrawl

This Wednesday, after our new Prez is elected, you\'ll get a behind-the-scenes look at how it was all decided! Plus we\'ll be giving out prizes for the best Obama/Romney look alike. All Political Parties welcome.

LOOK-ALIKE CONTEST: Gift Certificate for best Obama or Romney costume.
FREE Pub Crawl/FREE to enter Rock Paper Scissors Tournament with Drink Purchase
PRIZES: Tournament champion wins $100 bar tab!
DRINK SPECIAL: Get drink tix at the first bar so that all wells and beers are $3.50 throughout the night.

--> Compete in Rock Paper Scissors tournament qualifying rounds while moving bar-to-bar. Meet new people while earning points to compete in the finals at the last bar.
--> Top players from qualifying rounds along with several wild card players will compete at the final bar. Champion receives $100 bar tab!

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