Mount Saint Helena

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Mt Saint Helena

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

Hiking Mount Saint Helena from Robert Louis Stevenson State Park

Trail Guides

Here is a detailed trail guide to give you the information you need about this route:

Latest Mount Saint Helena Trip Reports


Doin' It All for Helena

This was a challenging hike.  The trail is rough, rugged, and rocky.  There were a lot of washouts and felled trees from the recent storm

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The Bay Area Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge

This hike is part of the San Francisco Bay Area Six-Pack of Peaks Challenge, a series of challenging hikes up six, diverse and scenic Bay Area mountains. Sign-up to take the challenge today! 

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