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  • Belvedere Tiburon, California

    Belvedere Tiburon in California offers some of the best trails and outdoor activities. A must-visit is the Old St. Hilary’s Open Space Preserve, a scenic hiking trail that offers panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay. The trail is moderate in difficulty and features unique rock formations and a variety of wildflowers. Another top outdoor adventure is the Tiburon Uplands Nature Preserve, a more challenging hike that rewards with views of the Tiburon Peninsula and Richardson Bay. The Tiburon Linear Park is a great spot for a leisurely stroll or bike ride, with views of the water and nearby Angel Island. For water activities, head to Paradise Beach Park for a day of fishing or picnicking by the water. These are just a few of the scenic outdoor attractions in and near Belvedere Tiburon.

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    • Livermore, California

      Hike the East Shore Trail Loop

      3.7 mi / 1040 ft gain
      This hike is best done during the spring, fall, or winter when moderate temperatures make the hike more comfortable. Be warned that this hike has a large elevation change despite being less than 4 miles. Starting at the Arroyo Road Staging Area, take the East Shore Trail east, heading towards a s...
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    • Sebastopol, California

      Ragle Ranch Extended Loop

      5.0
      1.86 mi / 82 ft gain
      Ragle Ranch Extended Loop is a loop trail where you may see local wildlife located near Sebastopol, California
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    • Sebastopol, California

      Thistle - Creek Loop

      5.0
      1.45 mi / 69 ft gain
      The Thistle - Creek Loop is a loop trail at Ragle Ranch. This trail is used for hiking and running and offers some cover/shade as well as great views of foliage especially in the fall months. This trail is located near Sebastopol, California. 
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    • Loma Mar, California

      Bike Pescadero Creek County Park

      5.0
      12.5 mi / 1350 ft gain
      Pescadero Creek County Park and the connected Sam McDonald and Memorial Park are located deep in the Santa Cruz Mountains holding a vast network of secluded trails. From biking to backpacking, this area is a perfect place for a day or weekend adventure. This area also has the added bonus having r...
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    • Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve, California

      Hike Deer Hollow Farm Trail

      4.0
      2.7 mi / 259 ft gain
      Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve has many beginner to intermediate hiking trails.  Deer Hollow Farm Trail Loop is a hiking trail for beginners, families, or anyone wanting to go on a short hike with nice views of the bay. The trail passes by a farm and deer can often be seen wandering aroun...
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    • Santa Rosa, California

      Gunsight Rock via Hood Mountain Trail

      5.0
      7.91 mi / 2372 ft gain
      Hike to Gunsight Rock through Hood Mountain Regional Park to get a view overlooking Sonoma and Napa Valley. In order to get to the trailhead take Highway 12 to Los Alamos Rd, the road will then turn into Timberline Dr, this will take you to the trailhead. There is a parking fee of $8. From the p...
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    • La Honda, California

      Hike Peters Creek and Long Ridge

      4.0
      5.7 mi
      From the parking lot, take the connector trail towards the Peters Creek Trail for 0.4 miles. As you descend into a small valley, notice the sound of running water that appears. When you reach the first trail intersection, turn left on the Peters Creek trail. This will give you your first encounte...
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    • Santa Rosa, California

      Santa Rosa Creek Trail: Willowside Road to Fulton Road

      4.2 mi / 46 ft gain
      Santa Rosa Creek Trail: Willowside Road to Fulton Road is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a river located near Sebastopol, California.
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    • Saint Helena, California

      Hike the Lake Hennessey Loop

      5.0
      6.4 mi / 900 ft gain
      The "lollipop" hike starts at the "Ranch House" parking lot off of Chiles Pope Valley Road - alternatively, you can access from Conn Valley Road for a shortened 5.6-mile loop. You turn off Chiles Pope Valley Road onto Moore Creek Trail, drive past a private house (you can see it on the map) and t...
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    • Bodega Bay, California

      Bodega Head Nature Trail

      4.7
      1.67 mi / 121 ft gain
      Sitting west of the San Andrea fault, the Bodega Head is a massive chunk of granite from the Salinian Block, a geological terrane that contains Point Reyes and the Farallon Islands, and shares its origins with the Sierra Nevada mountains, the Head itself having been carried hundreds of miles to t...
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    • Pescadero, California

      Catch a Sunset at Bean Hollow State Beach

      5.0
      There are a bunch of places to photograph this beach if you head north on the trail that runs along the beach.There is parking at the beach but it can fill up quickly!The only warning you need is about the tide. Make sure you are watching it the entire time because it can creep up on you and will...
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    • La Honda, California

      Hike through Portola Redwoods State Park

      4.8
      7 mi
      Like redwood hikes? We do too, they're always very scenic and take you away from the hustle and bustle of the bay area. Not to mention, they also stay cool during the summer months. If you want a hike in the middle of the peninsula, this is a great bet.When starting this hike, head out from headq...
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    • Los Gatos, California

      Lost Mine Trail Run

      Communes, dairy, and gold. These words are not often associated with trail running, but out on Monte Bello Ridge and Black Mountain which rise high above Silicon Valley, you might just hear them uttered.From the parking area in Skyline Open Space we start our run by crossing Skyline Boulevard and...
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    • Livermore, California

      Del Valle Regional Park

      4.0
      Looking for a quick summer escape filled with stand up paddling, canoeing, fishing, hiking, and picnics? Look no further than Del Valle Regional Park. Consistently considered one of the best campgrounds in the Bay Area, the centerpiece of Del Valle is a 5-mile long lake that allows swimming, fish...
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    • Bodega Bay, California

      Camp at Bodega Dunes Campground

      These kind of getaways shouldn't be planned many weeks before the trip. So we didn't booked a campground. And from this experience we learn that you don't have to reserve a campground. Just go there - don't panic when you see campground is full sign in the entrance. There are always available spo...
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