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Wild Recovery
San Jose, California
December 28, 2013,
Mission Peak
Alameda County
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The Place

Mission Peak
East Bay Regional Preserve
December 28, 2013
10:00 AM

Granite Point

Mission Peak has been a time-honored favorite of Wild Recovery. Rising steeply to the east behind the city of Fremont, Mission and Monument peaks form a dramatic backdrop to the South Bay.

Beach

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, the Santa Cruz Mountains, Mt. Tamalpais, Mt. Diablo & the Sierra Nevada.

Walking the Walk

We will start at the trail head located off the street by the college.

Arch

Walking the Walk

Level: 3.5       Miles: 7.5       Elevation: 1700 ft       Host: Jeff

Waves

Trail

Directions: To Mission Peak

Take either I-880 or I-680 North and exit Mission Blvd.. From I-880 go 3.9 miles, from I-680 go 3.4 miles on Mission Blvd. Park on the street in front of the college for free or in the college parking lot for $3.00. Travel time from San Jose: 15-25 minutes

Parking

Know Before You Go: Drive Time: 20 Minutes. Parking: Free on street, $3.00 in college lot



Wild Recovery Meetings | What to Wear & Bring | Trail Maps/ Park Info | Contact Us
What is Wild Recovery? | NA Online Resources | Business & Documents