Top Hiking Trails in Bay Area


“The mountains are calling and I must go.” Inspired by John Muir, I have organized a hiking group since June 2015 in the San Francisco Bay Area via Wechat.

Now there are more than 2000 hikers in my group. Saturday is our Hiking Day. The posts on this website are our memories for some of our hikes.

We completed hiking at Half Dome in Yosemite National Park in June and July 2016. 30 people went there in four different dates with 5 permits in which two permits were in July 4th.

More achievements were made in 2017.  49 people from our group accomplished Grand Canyon Rim 2 Rim day hike, 25 miles in May 20.  We also sent 42 people to Half Dome in June and July 2017 with 7 permits. In August 12, 60 people conquered the Skyline to the Sea trail, one of the most challenging trails in Bay Area.

In 2018, we will continue these hikes, help more people in our group make their new milestones! Welcome to hike with us!

Baker Beach to Kirby Cove in Fleet Week

Fleet Week is a spectacular event at the first week of October each year in the San Francisco Bay Area.Throughout Fleet Week, thousands of visitors will come to see the show. Continue reading>>>



Urban Hike on Treasure Island

Many people may drive on Bay Bridge many times, but they never go to the Treasure Island under the bridge. Many people also wonder how to get there. Continue reading>>>

Skyline Ridge Open Space: From Horseshoe Lake to Chestnut Orchard

Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve is definitely a good place to hike in all seasons. We hike there in October because we can pick chestnuts at that time as well. We started from Horseshoe Lake, went to Alpine Pond and then the Skyline Chestnut Orchard to pick chestnut there. Continue reading>>>

Waddell Beach to Berry Creek Falls

Big Basin State Park is a famous place, many people started hiking from its headquarter to Berry Creek Falls in Boulder Creek. In fact, it’s more attractive to start from Waddell Beach in Davenport. Continue reading>>>

Oracle Lagoon to Coyote Point

This hike is from Oracle Lagoon in Redwood City to Coyote Point Recreation Area in San Mateo. Continue reading>>>

Mount Tamalpais Hike

If you ever wonder what’s the best hike in the San Francisco Bay Area, my recommendation is the one from Stinson Beach to the top of Mount Tamalpais (East Peak). Part 1: From Stinson Beach to Pantoll Ranger Station | Part 2: From Pantoll Ranger Station to East Peak | Part 3: From East Peak to Stinson Beach