Kelly Dunleavy O'Mara

San Francisco

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  1. 7 Places to Swim During the Drought in Northern California

    San Francisco

    Northern California is in the midst of one of the most severe droughts in history, but you can still go swimming. Here, 7 places to dive in.

  2. SUP With Sea Trek: A Pioneer in Bay Area Paddling Circles

    San Francisco

    Sea Trek is a kayak and SUP company located in Richardson Bay that offers rentals and lessons for paddlers in the San Francisco Bay.

  3. So You Want to Swim in the Bay

    San Francisco

    So you want to swim in the bay? There are some things you need to know before you go plunging in to this popular waterway, and this is the Inside Guide to it all.

  4. The Dipsea: The Bay Area's Most Historic (and Hardcore) Trail Race

    San Francisco

    The Dipsea Race is the oldest trail running race in the nation, and it is a true local's event, with people throughout the Bay Area vying for a spot.

  5. Bay to Breakers: San Francisco's Wackiest Race

    San Francisco

    For the 103rd year in a row, San Francisco's streets will be taken by storm by thousands upon thousands of drunk, costume-clad runners.

  6. Q&A With Nate English: Berkeley-Based Bike Guru

    San Francisco

    Nate English is professional cyclist in the San Francisco area who makes a habit of riding up one of the most challenging mountains in the Bay Area.

  7. Education Outside: Instilling a Love of the Outdoors in Children

    San Francisco

    Education Outside is a San Francisco organization that ensures for many elementary students in the area that school time is play time.

  8. San Francisco Running Company: Serving Runners at Every Step

    San Francisco

    San Francisco Running Company opened in early 2013. Store founders, Brett Rivers and Jorge Maravilla met while running on local trails themselves

  9. Bridge Bound: Navigating the Bay Bridge Path

    San Francisco

    Bike the Bay Bridge Path with this insider's guide to enjoying the stunning span of the Bay Bridge on bike.

  10. Fly Fishing in San Francisco: Get Hooked on the Sport

    San Francisco

    With the launch of Patagonia's Simple Fly Fishing Kit, Fly Fishing in San Francisco will become more accessible for entrants into the sport

  11. Kurt Schwabe: Completing the 330-Mile Bay Trail in 30 Days

    San Francisco

    Kurt Schwabe made it his goal to walk the 33-mile Bay Trail in 30 days. Read about his story.

  12. The Recyclery: Helping Underprivileged Kids Find a Love for Cycling

    San Francisco

    Marilyn Price has devoted her life to bringing mountain biking to kids. Last year the Recyclery and Trips for Kids put on 185 rides.

  13. Baking and Running: The Story Behind M.H. Bread and Butter

    San Francisco

    When Devon Yanko (formerly Devon Crosby-Helms) and Nathan Yanko decided to start their own bakery last year, they intended to keep up their running while baking bread. Nathan is an ultrarunner and was a baker at San Francisco’s famous Tartine bakery...

  14. Mountain Bike Hall of Fame Set To Open in Marin

    San Francisco

    The sport of Mountain Biking was founded in Marin County, across the bridge from San Francisco. It's hall of fame is now moving back home.

  15. Sitting Down with Alison Tetrick: A Model Pro

    San Francisco

    Well-known in Marin County as the blazing fast blonde cyclist always buzzing past you, Alison Tetrick is also known on the world scene.

  16. Heavenly Mountain Resort: A Perennial Favorite in Tahoe

    San Francisco

    With 200 guns that make over 120 inches of snow a year, Heavenly Mountain Resort has the largest snow-making system on the west coast.

  17. Q&A With Adventure Out: Bay-Area Based Survival Training

    San Francisco

    An education in survivalism and advanced primitive skills, including tide-hanning, bow-making, and animal tracking.

  18. Mount Tamalpais State Park - Camping

    San Francisco

    Mount Tamalpais State Park is a great place for a weekend camping getaway.

  19. Squaw Valley Ski Resort - Skiing

    San Francisco

    The second largest ski resort in the Lake Tahoe area.

  20. Ano Nuevo State Park - Hiking

    San Francisco

    This nature preserve is the perfect place for a family adventure.

  21. Mount Sutro Open Space - Mountain Biking

    San Francisco

    Once inside this 61-acre preserve, you'll find it hard to believe that you're actually still in the city.

  22. Sierra Azul Open Space Reserve - Mountain Biking

    San Francisco

    One of the largest preserves in the area with plenty of rugged and untamed terrain.

  23. Tilden Regional Park - Running

    San Francisco

    Variety is the word that comes to mind when thinking about Tilden Regional Park. Go there and see for yourself.

  24. Aquatic Park Cove - Paddling

    San Francisco

    This is a great spot for experienced paddlers to explore some of the more famous sites in San Francisco Bay.

  25. Half Moon Bay - Paddling

    San Francisco

    Great option for novice and intermediate paddlers looking for a taste of the Pacific Ocean.