Join other hiking enthusiasts in an intense, but short workout. Mission Peak is a peak east of Fremont, California with an elevation of 2,517 ft (767m).
This is a strenuous hike with a constant uphill climb until you reach the summit. The elevation gain is 2100 ft. This is an out-and-back hike. The trail is a well maintained gravel base until the last half mile. From this point the trail is hard pack dirt and rocky.
This hike is not for beginners. Finding a parking spot usually takes 20-30 minutes. Plan accordingly.
Park OPEN at Stanford Ave. Entrance/Parking - Parking Info 43 parking spaces Dec 23 - Mar 31 6:30am - 8:00pm Apr 1 - Dec 22 6:30am - 9:00pm
Stanford entrance parking is restricted on weekends and Holidays.
As of October 1, 2016, the City of Fremont established a temporary parking permit program for residents within the Mission Peak Neighborhood (see map below). Restricted parking times are from Saturday at 12:01 a.m. through Sunday at 11:59 p.m. and on national holidays, including dates of observance. Parking IS allowed on non-holiday weekdays. Park visitors are encouraged to carpool, use public transportation and/or ride-sharing services, ride their bikes, or park at Ohlone College.
Weekend and Holiday parking map from Stanford's entrance:
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