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I saw some tours ranging from $50-$80 on trip advisor. My family and I paid $8. We started out on Muir Woods and followed different paths after that. The surroundings are mystical. It rained a couple of times on us but we enjoyed the rain...More
We headed to the top (evaluation 2572) on a very cloudy day and it was worth the trip. Once we got near the top we broke through the clouds to beautiful views from above. The clouds followed the terrain like a flowing river with rapids!
We drove to the top of Mt. Tamalais and enjoyed the breathtaking views of San Francisco and San Francisco Bay from the top. You can hike from the parking lot to a summit at the very top, but we did not do that. Also, there...More
We hiked in from Muir Woods, up to the ranger station along Bootjack, and the ranger we met was fantastic. She gave us directions up to the Mountain Theatre, with instructions on finding some beautiful vistas along the way. Highly recommended, and easier to park...More
We visited here and pulled off at a few stops. It is a beautiful drive which, every place is beautiful in San Francisco. Just wish i could have done some hicking but, I just had major back surgery and couldn't do it but, I will...More
My husband and I hiked this park while staying in the area. Weather was a bit unpredictable but we came prepared for all elements. We weren’t able to get a good view from the top of Mt Tamalpais because of the weather but did get...More
You are fast approaching God's annual wildflower show. Mt. Tam is filled with trails, and a map is usually available at the ranger station. Even on foggy days, you can usually reach the sun well before the summit. Dress in... More
You are fast approaching God's annual wildflower show. Mt. Tam is filled with trails, and a map is usually available at the ranger station. Even on foggy days, you can usually reach the sun well before the summit. Dress in layers. It can be quite chilly, but warmer in sunny areas that are out of the wind. Have fun!