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.
Peak SummitedMission PeakTrailheadMain Entrance on StanfordGroupNopeDecided to start the challenge with this trail. Great workout but pretty boring compared to the others, except for the occasional cow and calf. 🙂 And of course the view. That doesn't take away the feeling of accomplishment when you finally reach the peak. The weather was beautiful, especially for […]Read More →
Peak SummitedMission PeakTrailheadOholone CollegeOverall this was a great hike. The morning started out very foggy then quickly turned to full sun for the rest of the afternoon. The trail is crowded, even very early in the morning, so you are around people the entire time. I met some nice people along the trail and got […]Read More →
Peak SummitedMission PeakTrailheadStafford Avenue TrailheadGroupJust my dog BaileyI got to the trailhead at around 8am with my dog Bailey. She is a German Shepard/Husky mix at three years old that loves to adventure with me. There is a lot of people but the trail itself is very wide so you don't feel to crammed. I […]Read More →
Peak SummitedMission PeakTrailheadOhlone CollegeDefinitely a moderate to hard hike. Started at 7:30am and the trail was already getting busy with other hikers. Sky in the horizon still hazy from the fires. Little disappointed with the lack of “leave no trace” attitude from other hikers. We ended up picking up plastic bottles, banana and orange peels, […]Read More →
Peak SummitedMission PeakTrailheadOhlone CollegeModerate to hard hike. Took the Ohlone trail which is about 2 miles longer but offers more shade and moderate trail. Started at 7:30am on Sunday and the trail was already getting busy with other hikers. Little disappointed with the lack of “leave no trace” attitude from other hikers. Picked up plastic […]Read More →
Peak SummitedMission PeakTrailheadStanford Ave Staging AreaAfter reading other posts about parking I was tentative to start at Stanford Ave but I did manage to find street parking on Antelope Dr, less than 1/2 mile from the staging area, so I went ahead with the more popular spot. Early on the trail splits and there is […]Read More →