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This is such a gem in the busy Bay Area. From Mission Peak, you can see a huge swath of the area, from Mt. Tamalpias and San Francisco in the north, to San Jose and beyond in the south. Two staging areas are available for...More
We went up from the Ohlone College trail head. Nice hike around to the back of the ridge. Falcons, red tail hawks, Golden eagle nice birding trip. Payoff at the end is the expansive view. Can get crowded at the top. Best to go midweek....More
This hike has been one of the hardest hikes I've ever done mainly because of how steep it is and i wasn't really prepared for it. but i will definitely visit again! getting to the top was worth it! the overlook of the city is...More
I have walked up Mission Peak many times. Most of the times were with my friends and my dog. I only walked part way initially, but eventually was conditioned to be able to get to the top. Great place to look at the views. It...More
2516 foot high coastal mountain next to East Bay Fremont, CA.
Somewhat easy, (but always troubled) access ... via a cul de sac area in an up-scale housing complex, that parkers abuse the resident's driveways and sidewalks, hikers walking all over their property, ... or...More
I've been going up there since the 1960's . I grew up in Fremont 1957-74. Still a great hike and the views are perfect. The only thing now, Too many people hiking up. Best time to hike is during the week. And early in the...More
Come prepared for a beautiful climb. Bring water and experience seeing birds, cows and reaching the top. There are 2 ways to get to trailheads. One climb is steeper and scenery prettier. A must do for locals.
Easily one of the hardest hikes in the bay area - if you are into fitness or testing your self on trails this would be the place to do it and the view at the top is amazing. Be sure to bring lots of water...More