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Hike Logs: 2018 NorCal Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge

Are you taking the NorCal Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge? Here you can see all the hikes logged in our 2018 challenge, with the most recent at the top. Click on a hike log to see all the details, more photos and leave comments for the challengers.

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Friends on Mt Umunhum

By Robin Reese | July 25, 2021

Great day, little warm.  lots of shade.  arrived at trailhead at 8:30, would recommend a 7:00 am start, took 3 hours at a steady pace.

Mission Peak, almost impossible for my pup

By Maureen | July 25, 2021

This was my second time summiting Mission Peak! I planned to get an earlier start, but by the time I got there at 8am I…

Mount Tamalpais

By Tiffani | July 24, 2021

Wonderful time, beautiful hike, lots of cover.

Beach to fire lookout – Tamalpais

By Scott | July 24, 2021

This was a great hike.  We started just past the Dipsea trailhead due to parking and then proceeded up the Dipsea and Steep Ravine to…

helena

By Brady Lindberg | July 24, 2021

excellent views. most of it is a fire road that is exposed to the sun, but starting at dawn helped.

diablo

By Brady Lindberg | July 23, 2021

bring plenty of water and refill where you can. trail is mostly well-maintained, and the only frustrations I had were in following the text directions…

Out and back to the Space Cube

By Jamie Aipperspach | July 21, 2021

Nice hike, 3.7 miles each way. Warm, 80 F, but shade about 60% of trail. Steady gain all the way up, completed in about 3.5…

Mt. Umunhum

By Beth Seevers | July 20, 2021

Beautiful shaded hike full of history. We started at 8 am and hiked to the top and completed the 156 steps to the radar tower.…

ocean to sky hike

By Sarah Sanchez | July 20, 2021

I prepared for this hike and was even selective of the people I invited due to its length and difficulty. I have done portions of…

Conquering Mt Tamalpais

By Kirtan Jha | July 18, 2021

I started from Stinson beach and took the Dipsea trail which eventually meets Steep ravine and then Pantoll campground. After Pantoll, I took the help…