Charlotte Dohrn

San Francisco, Lake Tahoe

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  1. Corona Heights Park - Hiking

    San Francisco

    The red rocks of Corona Heights Park rise above the neighborhood in the heart of San Francisco. Accessed by several short trails, the park's rocky crown promises 360 degree views of the city below.

  2. Kirby Cove - Cycling

    San Francisco

    West of the the Golden Gate Bridge, Kirby Cove's beach and small campground sit on the shore of the Bay beneath the Marin Headlands. On a clear day, expect standout views of the Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge during your entire ride.

  3. Point Reyes National Seashore - Camping

    San Francisco

    Dotted along the curve of Drakes Bay and the Inverness Ridge, the hike-in campsites at Point Reyes offer a relaxing coastal backpacking experience.

  4. Redwood Regional Park, East Ridge Trail Loop - Hiking

    San Francisco

    Tucked into the hills above Oakland, the trails of Redwood Regional Park weave through groves of coast redwoods and grassy meadows, tracing ridgelines and steep slopes. A gem of the East Bay Regional Park district, Redwood Regional Park offers hiking, running, and biking opportunities in close proximity to the city.

  5. Red Wood Regional Park

    San Francisco

    The largest remaining stand of coastal Redwoods in the East Bay Area

  6. Tunnel Road to Grizzly Peak Boulevard - Cycling

    San Francisco

    Climb Tunnel Rd. to its intersection with Grizzly Peak Blvd., tracing the ridgeline of the Oakland and Berkeley hills. The climbing is well worth the effort—catch panoramic views over the Bay to the west, and scenic overlooks of rolling hills to the east.

  7. More Lava, Less Crowds: A Guide to Lassen Volcanic National Park

    San Francisco

    With geothermal wonders, campsites galore, and one-tenth the crowds of Yosemite, Lassen Volcanic National Park is worth the drive from SF.

  8. Berry Creek Falls Trail - Hiking

    San Francisco

    Nestled in the Santa Cruz Mountains, the trails of Big Basin Redwoods State Park offer 80 miles of trails shaded by redwood forest.

  9. 5 Reasons to Visit the Eastern Sierra

    San Francisco

    With premier hiking, skiing, climbing, camping—and natural hot springs where you can soak sore muscles—the Eastern Sierra are worth a trip.