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San Jose, California
January 13, 2007

New Year's Unity Hike

Mission Peak Regional Preserve

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January 13, 2007
Mission Peak Regional Preserve 
Alameda County
    


The Place

        Come out and be a part of something special, Wild Recovery is co-hosting this hike with our friends from Contra Costa, Hikin’ Meeting. Mission Peak stands out on our horizon to the north in Fremont. The daunting peak stands at 2,517 feet, an impressive height for rolling foothills.







Getting There

        DIRECTIONS:  From San Jose, take Highway 680 North to Fremont, exit Mission Blvd. and head east (go right) for approximately 2 miles to Stanford Ave. Turn right onto Stanford Avenue.  We will meet at the staging area. Parking is free but limited so carpooling is another good idea. 

Drive time is 30 minutes – Parking Free – Dogs allowed on leash




Walking the Walk

        (Level 3 - Miles: 7 - Elevation ~1900')  This hike is becoming a sort of tradition to start out the New Year and we will again be doing the usual trek up to the peak via the Mission Peak Trail.

 

 

Know Before You Go

         RECOMMENDED. The regional park is open to the elements and with little shade and high winds, it is important to dress in layers. Last year it was quite cold so gloves, scarves, hats and jackets are a good idea.  Parking is free but limited so carpooling is another good idea. 

Drive time is 30 minutes – Parking Free – Dogs allowed on leash

 



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