Peninsula Trails: Hiking and Biking Trails on the San Francisco Peninsula

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Wilderness Press, Nov 1, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 349 pages
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A comprehensive guide to more than 150 hikes on over 500 miles of trails in public parks and preserves on the San Francisco Peninsula. From San Bruno Mountain just south of the City by the Bay, all the way down to Ao Nuevo State Reserve, the San Francisco Peninsula offers numerous scenic wonders, all within a short drive of major Bay Area cities. Includes detailed descriptions for each trip, new maps for every area described, driving directions, elevation change and duration of each hike. The only way to experience the beauty, character, and diversity of the San Francisco Peninsula is with a copy of Peninsula Trials in your hand. - Audrey Rust, President Peninsula Open Space Trust

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David Weintraub
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