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    ❤ meows ❤ saved Eagle and Mosquito Lakes

    about 1 month ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Sawtooth Pass Trail

    about 1 month ago

    ❤ meows ❤ reviewed Alamere Falls via Coast Trail from Palomarin Trailhead

    3 months ago

    August 2018 // Pretty sweet for a local Bay Area hike. Go early or go late to avoid the crowds. Bring a headlamp if you go late.

    TIP: There is no official sign for "Alamere Falls" from the Coast Trail. For the hidden side trail to the falls from the main trail, look for the blue rock arrow on the ground that points to an overgrown unmaintained trail in dense high shrubs. And watch out for poison oak. They are abundant here.

    P.S. Bring only what fits into a backpack. You'll need both hands to scramble down the cliffs (and back up again) if you want to see the lower falls from the beach. And wear shoes with good grip. Be safe and have a good time!

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Eagle Lake Trail

    5 months ago

    ❤ meows ❤ completed Berry Creek Falls Loop

    5 months ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Lake Aloha Trail

    5 months ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Clyde Lake

    5 months ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Rubicon Trail

    5 months ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Table Rock Trail

    6 months ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Mount Umunhum

    6 months ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Fonts Point

    11 months ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Rodeo Beach to Hill 88

    about 1 year ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Montara Mountain Trail

    about 1 year ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Ranger Lake

    over 1 year ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Twin Lakes Trail

    over 1 year ago

    ❤ meows ❤ reviewed Borden Hatch to Grabtown Gulch

    over 1 year ago

    May 2017 // You don't have to go far to feel completely removed from the city. The Purisima Creek trail snakes along a tranquil creek where you'll cross several wooden bridges. You are surrounded by towering redwood trees and giant ferns. Start from the bottom, hike up Purisima Creek trail, take the more secluded Craig Britton single track connector, then go down the Harkins Ridge trail (steep-ish) to get back to the parking lot. On a hot day, it's a nice hike because the greater part of this path is veiled by trees so you're shaded mostly :)

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Paradise Valley Trail

    over 1 year ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Thousand Island Lake

    over 1 year ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Cathedral Lakes Trail

    over 1 year ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Seville Lake Trail

    over 1 year ago

    ❤ meows ❤ saved Monarch Lakes Trail

    over 1 year ago