We trekked across the Bay and back to find the best hikes in the San Francisco Bay Area
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New Year’s Day: Hikes, nature events in the Bay Area and beyond – The Mercury News
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Description Details Customer Reviews Where to hike with Fido in Northern California: all trails recommended as dog-friendly and dog-fun! Scully recovered, but Gabrukiewicz started looking at trails from a dog's point of view.
Best Hikes with Dogs Bay Area and Beyond (Paperback)
With its wealth of national, state, local and regional parks, California is home to a staggering array of recreational opportunities. A panel of experts joins us to share tips on the best hikes, campsites, waterfalls and picnic spots. What's your favorite under-the-radar outdoor destination? Big Basin State Park — classic redwoods and waterfalls oldest state park.
Boot Jack Campground — first-come, first-serve camping in Mt. Butano Park — half hour south from Half Moon Bay and camping in the redwoods.
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Castle Rock State Park — panoramic views and redwoods. Brad Day, publisher of WeekendSherpa.
Henry W. Coe State Park — remote state park in Morgan Hill.
Dog-friendly Hikes in Los Angeles
Emigrant Wilderness — secluded area north of Yosemite; lots of granite, great for backpacking. Lost Coast — one of most popular backpacking trails today along the California coast. Bothe-Napa State Park - Napa; yurts for camping. Natural Hot Springs — hike-in campgrounds in Big Sur. Pantoll Campground — first-come, first-serve camping in Mt. Sierra National Forest — central Sierra Nevada; fewer crowds. Silver Lake Campground — near Kirkwood. Tioga Road Tuolumne Meadows Campground - first-come, first-serve camping in the high grounds of Yosemite.
Utica Union and Reservoir — little-known free campgrounds in the Sierras. White Wolf Campground - first-come, first-serve camping in Yosemite with dining lodge. Fort Funston — San Francisco. Morgan Territory Regional Preserve — near Livermore. Panther Meadows — Mount Shasta area; walk-in campground, nice little hikes.