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**UPDATE CARPOOL AND GATHERING INFO**
Please read before you RSVP
Group limit is 20 people. The max number has reached, if you are after 20th, you will be in "waiting list" at this time.
- People in the south bay: 99 Ranch Market @ 8:15AM
Address: 338 Barber Ln Milpitas, CA 95035 (It is highly recommended due to long distance driving and limited parking space around the ferry terminal)
- People from SF city:
You are free to arrange your carpool option. Make sure you read the next section and show up at the gathering point in Tiburon Ferry Terminal!
Ferry terminal and schedule:
- Tiburon Ferry Terminal
Address: 21 Main St, Tiburon, CA 94920
We will gather here and catch Angel Island Tiburon Ferry at 10AM. Last ferry departing from Angel Island is 5:20PM. Here is some ticket info:
Adults (ages 13 and over) $13.50
Children (ages 6 - 12) $11.50
Small Children (ages 3 - 5) $3.50
Toddlers (ages 2 and under) Free*
(*Limit one free child, ages 2 and under, per paying adult.)
Prices are round-trip and include the Angel Island State Park admission fee.
Please purchase tickets as you board the vessel (no ticket sales in advance, with the exception of group reservations).
Accept cash, checks, and major credit cards (Visa, Mastercard, Discover) except American Express.
In brief: (quoted from http://www.bahiker.com/northbayhikes/angelisland.html)
Angel Island is a perfect day trip, where the journey to the trailhead rivals the hike for sheer relaxation and beauty. Since you can only reach Angel Island by boat, sit back and enjoy the ferry ride, then climb to the top of the island and back, with incredible 360-degree views nearly the entire trip. Just keep an eye on the clock to make sure you catch that last ferry.
The link to park map:
Distance, category, and difficulty:
Easy 5 mile loop hike.
Some shade, but mostly exposed.
Dirt trails and fire roads and some short segments on pavement.
What to bring:
1) 2-3 liter water
2) lunch , jacket.
3) Sun protection gears/sunscreen (optional)
4) Camera or smart phone for photo (optional)