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October 28, 2017
Sunol Regional Wilderness
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Sunol Regional Wilderness, Maguire Peak
October 28, 2017

 

Sunol

 

The Place

Located in the northwest corner of Sunol Regional Wilderness, Maguire Peak is one of the least visited areas in this popular hiking ground. Our WR archives show that our group hasn’t hiked here since 2000.

This remote spot provides some solitude as well as excellent views of San Antonio Reservoir and Mt. Diablo. Bay Area plants found along Maguire Loop Trail are rare in the rest of the park. If we are lucky, we might be able to see the herd of Tule Elks wandering somewhere near the reservoir.

 

Sunol

 

The Hike

Level: 4 Hard - Miles: 10.75 - Elevation gain: 2,320’

 

Sunol

 

Getting There

Directions: Take 680N and exit at Calaveras Rd/State Hwy 84W exit towards Sunol. Turn right at Calaveras Road and drive for about 4 miles and turn left at Geary Road. After the pay station, proceed to the Flag Hill Trailhead, just after the visitor center parking area.

   

Sunol

Know Before You Go

Hike start time promptly at 10am
Drive Time: 45 minutes – Parking: $6.00 – Dogs Allowed: $2.00 fee

Hosts: Troy and Amy

   

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