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San Jose, California
January 2, 2010
Mission Peak
Regional Preserve
Alameda County
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Mission Peak Regional Preserve
January 2, 2010
10:00 AM

The Place

Mission Peak has been described as one of the Bay Area's most underrated summits. The determined hiker who reaches its top will be rewarded with views of Mount Hamilton to the south, the Santa Cruz Mountains to the west, Mt. Tamalpais to the north, and Mt. Diablo and the Sierra Nevada to the northeast.

View of Trail with Mission Peak in Distance

Where to Meet:

Staging area on Stanford Ave.
Google Maps use: 2088 Stanford Ave, Fremont, CA, United States. That will give you the parking lot and show you the entrance to Mission Peak Regional Preserve.

Tree Along Trail

Walking the Walk

We will be doing our traditional hike up to the peak via the Hidden Valley Trail meeting at the top if weather permits and hiking down the same trail.

Level: 3 - Miles: 7 - Elevation change: 2000 ft - Host: Dale Rowe - Phone: (408) 460-2145

Panorama South

Directions:

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

Travel time from San Jose: 30 Minutes

View of Trail with Mission Peak

Know Before You Go:

Parking Fee: Car pooling is suggested TEXT
Dogs Allowed on leash
Dress appropriately for January, Layers are suggested
Restrooms - available in the Parking lot at the start. There is also one just before the peak.

View of Rock Stairs on Trail

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