5 Great Places to Hike in the Bay Area

May 25th 2016

Summer is fast approaching! If you’re looking to take your workout outside the gym and enjoy the great Bay Area weather, look no further! Grab your hiking gear and sunscreen, because we’ve listed some of our go-to spots.

 

 

1. Edgewood Park in Redwood City

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Making it up Mission Peak is Instagram worthy. With a panoramic view of the entire Bay Area, be sure to take a selfie on the popular summit marker, “The Mission Peaker.” Fremont Essex residents: Thank you for sharing your backyard with us.

 

3. Land’s End in San Francisco

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San Bruno’s best kept secret is one of the few places where you can get both a view of the bay and Pacific Ocean. Residents of the Bay Area you have stunning views to choose from.

 

5. Seal Point Park in San Mateo

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Okay, okay, so it’s not exactly a hiking trail, but definitely more of a place for everyone, including kids! Park 20 runners enjoy a jog along the gorgeous Bay Trail, race up the soaring staircase, and finish the day with a picnic at Seal Point’s fully equipped neighbor, Ryder Park. This Peninsula gem is for everyone, even doggies.

Did your hiking trail make the list or do you have another spot to suggest? Stay connected with us.