Where: East Peak, Mt. Tamalpais State Park, Marin County. The best panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay Area.
WHAT: This is about a 10 miles intermediate hike, not for beginners. We will hike from the Bootjack parking lot up to West Point Inn and East Peak.Uphill from Bootjack to East Peak (1000' elevation gain).We should be back at our cars around 4:00. On the drive home we may stop for a bite to eat at Subway or In & Out ??? Back to Roseville around 6:00
WHO: This hike is for those who are in good physical hiking condition and are able to hike 1000 feet. We will be joining my old hiking group, North Bay Christian Hikers.
WHEN: We will meet at 7:00 AM, depart at 7:10 AM Roseville Park-N-Ride (Sunsplash parking lot, near Shell Station) 1821 Taylor Rd Roseville or meet: I 80 - 7:40 at W. Sacramento at Enterprise Park N Ride, West Capital & Enterprise Exit, to carpool to the trailhead. ~very important ~ Carpoolers meeting at Enterprise Park N Ride - Please let me know if you will be meeting us there by texting me at[masked] Saturday morning before 7:00am, need to know If you're planning to drive or if you need a ride . If we do not have anyone meeting at Enterprise Park N Ride we won't go there.
Please be prepared to help out drivers with gas money (A good rule of thumb is $3.50 for each hour of drive time. This trip would be about $14 each rider). $10.00 parking fee.
Direcitons to trailhead: From Hwy 37 to Hwy 101 south making RIGHT at "Tiburon Blvd - E.Blithedale" exit (Mill Valley),get into center lane, Third stop light and Left onto Camino Alto and get into right lane, Right onto Miller Avenue, Get into left lane and make a left onto Montford Avenue (2 AM Club on left), At the 1st stop sign make a Right onto Molino Avenue (steep grade) continue onto Edgewood Avenue, Forward up to the big sign "Mt Tam - Muirwoods", Right at 2nd big sign "Mt Tam - Stinson Beach" which turns into Panoramic Highway. Continue on Panoramic Highway (you will pass Mountain Home Inn on right) up to Bootjack Parking lot on your right.
WHAT TO BRING: Layered clothing that wicks moisture, comfortable hiking boots, hiking poles, hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, flashlight, a light jacket in case of cool wind or potential rain, at least 2 liter containers of water (hydration bladders or Nalgene-type bottles), food for lunch and snacks and a camera. $$ for gas/parking and dinner after the hike (optional)
Contact Helen Verescak email [masked] - cell[masked] for any questions.
God Bless and Happy Trails