At 4,341 feet in elevation, Mount Saint Helena in the Mayacamas mountains is the tallest peak in the Bay Area Six-Pack, and one of the few mountains in the Bay Area to actually receive snowfall in the winter.
Mount Saint Helena Basics
- Summit elevation: 4,341′ (1,323 m)
- Vertical gain: 2,119′
- Hiking mileage: 10.7 miles
- Trailhead Location: Robert Louis Stevenson State Park
Hiking Mount Saint Helena from Robert Louis Stevenson State Park
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The Bay Area Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge
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