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Ascending the Mountain

November 06, 2014 by Beth Slatkin

For the Mountain Institute's Ed Bernbaum. connecting people to mountains' spiritual and cultural meaning is the key to protecting them.

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A Breeze among wildflowers

June 11, 2012 by Jackson Karlenzig

Breeze has been building mountain bikes for 40 years, and he remembers friendlier days when cyclists and hikers peacefully coexisted.

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Three Peaks, One Day, No Car

June 13, 2011 by Carly Peltier

This coming weekend, you could count yourself among an elite few folks who use only bicycles and mass transit to summit the Bay Area's three major peaks in one day. Or join in for just one or two. Or follow along and learn just how far you can get without a car.

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Walking Mount Tamalpais

July 23, 2009 by Rick Bacigalupi

Mount Tamalpais has a long history as a hiking destination, offering generations of city dwellers easy access to sweeping vistas ...

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Impressions of Tamalpais

April 01, 2009 by Dan Rademacher

We talk with Tom Killion, who grew up in Mill Valley. He has been making woodblock prints of the California landscape since he was a teenager, including about 60 of Mount Tamalpais.

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Letter from the Publisher

April 01, 2009 by David Loeb

Good news: It finally started raining again! Many of us held our collective breath through bone-dry January, all the while ...

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Tamalpais Walking

April 01, 2009 by Tom Killion

Poet Gary Snyder and artist Tom Killion have been walking on and around Marin's iconic mountain for decades. These prints and text from a new book capture the mountain's magic and the allure it's had for generations of artists, poets, and hikers.

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Car Free on Mount Tam

July 01, 2001 by Heather Evergreen

Mount Tam's Steep Ravine and Dipsea trails take you from conifer forest to open slopes to sandy beach. And, best of all, when you take the bus and not your car, you don't have to walk back uphill afterwards.

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