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by Ken Dyleski
This is one of area’s most popular trails at a reservoir opened in 1928. In spite of the challenging elevation ...
by Christina Vallianos
The Summit Loop Trail in San Bruno Mountain State Park offers a chance for city residents to experience nearby ...
by Dan Rademacher
On the road west out of Morgan Hill, houses get fewer, roads get narrower, and Santa Clara Valley’s subdivisions give ...
by Elizabeth Laubach
Tucked in the Marin Headlands, Tennessee Valley opens a clear plain to the ocean through the scrub and grasses. A ...
I took public transit to Alum Rock Park. I had to walk 15 mins along Penitencia Creek in order to ...
by Jules Evens
An easy to moderate walk on a gravel road, 2.8 miles round-trip. The approach to Marshall Beach is rather ...
The Outer Point Reyes Peninsula is a Mecca for both birds and birdwatchers during autumn migration. The month of September ...
by Daniel McGlynn
If you’re craving an adventure close to home, Forest of Nisene Marks State Park should be high on your list. ...
by Bay Nature Staff
This is not your average county park: It sprawls over 8,020 acres, encompassing the Pescadero Creek watershed, a major steelhead ...
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