Kelly Dunleavy O'Mara

San Francisco

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  1. Dodge Ridge Ski Area

    San Francisco

    A family-friendly ski option that is closer and cheaper than the likes of other resorts like Tahoe.

  2. Mammoth Mountain Ski Area

    San Francisco

    One of the biggest ski resorts in California.

  3. Black Diamond Mines Regional Park - Backpacking & Camping

    San Francisco

    This preserve features 65 miles of diverse trails and natural beauty.

  4. Emigrant Wilderness - Camping & Backpacking

    San Francisco

    This is a gorgeous, pristine area located just north of Yosemite and offering a wide array of hiking, camping, and nature-viewing options.

  5. Ohlone Wilderness Trail - Backpacking

    San Francisco

    This is a challenging, yet rewarding hike with a lot of elevation gain.

  6. Kirkwood Mountain Resort - Skiing

    San Francisco

    Some of the highest snow levels in the Lake Tahoe Area.

  7. Half Moon Bay Coast Side Trail - Cycling

    San Francisco

    Very easy and very popular 5-mile ride that runs parallel to the Pacific Ocean.

  8. Tennessee Valley Trail - Hiking

    San Francisco

    The Tennessee Valley Trail is one of the most popular trails in the Marin Headlands, for good and obvious reasons.

  9. Big Basin Redwoods State Park Hiking

    San Francisco

    This is California's oldest State Park, and you'll easily see why it's been around for so long. Gorgeous!

  10. El Corte de Madera Creek Open Space Preserve - Mountain Biking

    San Francisco

    These 36-miles of technical, single-track trails are popular for mountain bikers looking to challenge themselves in stands of old-growth Redwoods.

  11. Annadel State Park - Mountain Biking

    San Francisco

    60 miles north of San Francisco, you'll find a mountain biker's paradise. Plenty of awesome trails for riders of various skill levels.

  12. Golden Gate Park Loop - Running

    San Francisco

    Over 1,000 acres and A LOT of options make Golden Gate Park an easy option for a city run.

  13. Coyote Hills Regional Park - Hiking

    San Francisco

    Coyote Hills Regional Park is one of those places where words don't do justice; its natural beauty is simply indescribable. If you've never enjoyed a hike, run, or ride at this truly stunning park, you must schedule a visit soon.

  14. Point Reyes National Seashore - Camping

    San Francisco

    Four campgrounds with four very different personalities.

  15. Sugarloaf Ridge State Park - Hiking

    San Francisco

    Just an hour from the city, you'll be able to see the headwaters of Sonoma Creek.

  16. Point Reyes National Seashore Mountain Biking

    San Francisco

    This is an entire peninsula full of trails. Get lost!

  17. Heavenly Mountain Resort - Skiing

    San Francisco

    One of the biggest resorts in the area and the one with the highest elevation at over 10,000 feet.

  18. Golden Gate State Park Stow Lake - Running

    San Francisco

    This is a perfect place to do mile-repeats around a charming little man-made lake.

  19. Crissy Field - Paddling

    San Francisco

    Urban paddling has never been so accessible; Crissy Field is the prime put-in spot in the heart of San Francisco.

  20. Mount Diablo Cycling

    San Francisco

    Mount Diablo offers a lung-busting, leg-burning ride with big rewards for those brave enough to attempt it.

  21. Presidio Running

    San Francisco

    Some of the finest trails in San Francisco are found at the Presidio.

  22. Sugar Bowl Ski Resort

    San Francisco

    Sugar Bowl is known for its fresh powder, close proximity to the city, and for its variety of advanced terrain.

  23. Crissy Field Road Running

    San Francisco

    Crissy Field is a large grassy area perfect for running, dog walking, or lounging on a sunny day.

  24. Mojo Bicycle Cafe

    San Francisco

    A full-service bike shop and a bar. Very fun!

  25. The American Grilled Cheese Kitchen

    San Francisco

    This place gives a whole new meaning to the grilled cheese sandwich.