Emily Staples

San Francisco

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  1. Mickey's Beach

    San Francisco

    An oceanside bouldering oasis in Marin County.

  2. Turtle Rock - Bouldering

    San Francisco

    A great beginner spot with panoramic views of the Bay.

  3. Red Rock Island

    San Francisco

    Paddle around and explore an abandoned island in the middle of the San Francisco Bay.

  4. California Coastal Trail - Trail Running

    San Francisco

    One of San Francisco’s finest, the California Coastal trail is a medley of all the greats - views, terrain and location. Nestled up against the Pacific, in the outskirts of the Presidio, is an escape from the city, without actually leaving it.

  5. Mill Valley - Mt. Tam - Cycling

    San Francisco

    Get ready to get your butt kicked as you climb Marin’s tallest mountain. Riding the thrilling, picturesque roads of Mt. Tamalpais is on most everyone’s weekend warrior list.

  6. Alice Eastwood Camping

    San Francisco

    Group camping at it's finest, bring 20 of your closest friends for a party in the redwoods.

  7. Bear Lake- Backpacking

    San Francisco

    A picturesque 5 -mile hike from the Crabtree trailhead. Perfect for beginner backpackers bringing along their dogs.

  8. Crissy Field-Road Running

    San Francisco

    A flat and picturesque gravel road along the San Francisco Bay. Great with dogs, too.

  9. Dipsea-Trail Running

    San Francisco

    This infamous trail is known for its historic roots, being the first foot trail race in America.

  10. Hawk Hill - Rodeo Beach Loop

    San Francisco

    An epic climb with a rewarding descent in the Marin Headlands, riding past historic WW2 barracks, local surfers at Fort. Cronkite and straight through the tunnel to Sausalito.

  11. Highway One Loop

    San Francisco

    Coastal views and a roller coaster ride on the legendary Highway One.

  12. Mount Tamalpais State Park Mtn Biking

    San Francisco

    Mountain biking was born in Marin County. Grab your hardtail or full suspension souped up steed and get ready to pedal to the top and ride all the way down.

  13. Pantoll - Camping

    San Francisco

    Less than 30 minutes from the city and within the Redwoods is a perfect campground on Mt. Tam

  14. Pirate's Cove Trail at Muir Beach

    San Francisco

    A coastal hike with panoramic views and steep sections

  15. Rock Springs-Hiking

    San Francisco

    A mostly flat, beautiful hike, highlighting coastal views in Mt. Tam's Watershed. Dogs are welcome and the crowds are small.

  16. Drakes Bay - Paddling

    San Francisco

    Paddling Drakes Bay is one of the most surreal and peaceful experiences in Northern California. The bay is small, only 8 miles wide, calm, glassy and incredibly clear.

  17. Mt. Diablo - Cycling

    San Francisco

    The prominent East Bay peak known today as Devil Mountain or Mt. Diablo, is the centerpiece of Mt Diablo State Park, and the view is well worth the trek to the top. It boasts one of the largest view sheds in the Western United States, and with clear skies in full force you can see all the way to the Sierras.

  18. Miwok-Trail Running

    San Francisco

    A steep, beautiful run through eucalyptus trees with panoramic bay views

  19. Rodeo Valley Trail Run

    San Francisco

    Nothing beats a five and a half mile loop in the Marin Headlands. Especially when you’re climbing 1600 vertical feet and hiking along ridge tops on Rodeo Valley Trail, with sweeping views of Bay waters and the Pacific Ocean to the left and right.

  20. Scenic 49

    San Francisco

    A legendary loop around the city of San Francisco

  21. Steep Ravine- Camping

    San Francisco

    Steep Ravine is straight out of a fairy tale. A coastal, camping kind of fairy tale set in Northern California. Cozy rustic cottages line the steep rocky cliffs, as cold and heavy waves break below.

  22. Muir Woods National Monument - Hiking

    San Francisco

    Hidden in the affluent community of Mill Valley, Muir Woods is a dreamscape of gentle giant trees and beauty you can only witness in person. This is a destination for everyone - casual hikers, photographers, weekend warriors, and serious trail runners.

  23. Planet Granite San Francisco - Climbing

    San Francisco

    Planet Granite is San Francisco’s premier climbing gym, with 25,000 square feet of climbing bliss located near the base of the Golden Gate Bridge at Crissy Field in the Presidio.

  24. Haypress Campground - Backpacking/Camping

    San Francisco

    Haypress in Tennessee Valley is a great campsite for any beginner backpacker or last-minute seasoned slackpacker. It’s an easy excursion just out of San Francisco city limits nestled in the quiet Golden Gate National Recreation Area in the North Bay.

  25. Kirby Cove - Camping

    San Francisco

    The most incredible views from any California campground are at Kirby Cove. Just north of the Golden Gate Bridge, this highly sought after spot has it’s own beach and five campsites with panoramic views of the city, gazing up at the Golden Gate Bridge.