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Taste of SLO - Uptown Mojo Walking Food Tour
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Taste of SLO - Uptown Mojo Walking Food Tour

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Experience the upbeat and intriguing uptown "Mojo" area of San Luis Obispo by tasting your way through four unique restaurants. You may taste french style rotisserie meats, local grown produce, elote off the cob, local beer, chocolate shakes, speciality cocktails, etc. This tour includes all food and alcoholic drinks, no surprise expenses here! Tours are approx three hours, walking a total of 1.5 miles. Most dietary restrictions are accommodated, please let us know if you have any restrictions. This tour includes a a moderate amount of walking and we recommend wearing comfortable foot wear. We will be visiting 4 destinations in total.
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Mariel V wrote a review Sep 22
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This is a great hike, takes around 1.5 - 2 hours. Signage is good, easy to follow. Great views of San Luis Obispo and surroundings on the top!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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aml888 wrote a review Mar 2020
San Francisco, California384 contributions169 helpful votes
It's four miles roundtrip, almost exactly, to the top with nearly 1,200' of climbing over those two miles up. This is not an easy hike and the trail gets pretty rocky toward the end but it is definitely doable if you're in reasonably good shape and the views are totally worth it! It took us about 2 hours total. Doggos are welcome - be sure to bring water for them. The trail is very exposed and can get quite warm.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Simon G wrote a review Jan 2020
San Francisco, California, United States11 contributions3 helpful votes
2 hours round trip for our family for great views and meeting friendly hikers helping each other up the (optional) rocks at the summit. Not an easy hike but we saw small kids doing well and lots of dogs. The view Is great all the way up and it’s well work the work. No bathrooms so take care of business before.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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KhimLee wrote a review Nov 2019
Hillsborough, California336 contributions118 helpful votes
We were in SLO for Thanksgiving break and decided to take a hike around this famed peak for the experience. It was overcast but the rain had passed so pleasant for a hike but some sections were very muddy. We decided not to attempt the hike to the summit due to time constraints and went on a loop around instead. It was a good mix of different terrain - wooded areas, rocks, open plains. Easy trail that does not require a whole lot of effort and good views.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Travelosivi wrote a review Jul 2019
Orange County, California421 contributions94 helpful votes
Loved this hike! It had great views, lots of rocks/flowers/things to see such as people rock climbing and it surely gives you a workout. I’d say it’s an intermediate hike. I saw a lot of kids and dogs but hard enough I wouldn’t bring my mom or someone who does not hike. There’s a bench at the top that says it’s the end of the trail, best feeling! As other yelpers indicate, stay to the LEFT of the trail. We turned right at some point and hit an intersection towards the top that felt like a dead end and backed up a bit to stay to the left which was the right path. Took us about 3 hours roundtrip including a few stops to rest and take pics. It started as a chilly morning but I got so sunburned so make sure to bring water and sunblock!
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Date of experience: July 2019
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