San Jose, California
May 21, 2005
May 21, 2005
Just north of
the Golden Gate Bridge in the Golden Gate National Recreation Area
(GGNRA) sounds like one of our conventions but not. At the
center of the Marin Headlands, Tennessee Valley is the Headlands most
popular trailheads. There is a lot of activity here including, horses
on most trails, group camping, and yes hikers.
On a clear day to the south we can see San Francisco's
Ocean Beach, Bolinas and Point Reyes to the north and the Farallone
Islands to the west.
Please remember to pick up a trail map at the visitor center.
From the South
Bay travel north to San Francisco and cross the Golden
Gate Bridge. Follow Hiway 1 north towards Stinson Beach, take a
left on Tennessee Valley Road follow all the way to the end and there
will be the parking lot. We will gather near the visitor center which
is well marked. Travel time from San Jose is about 75 minutes. Do
everyone a favor and allow even more time than that to experience the
scenery on the way here. Please carpool if possible, and if you show up
early help other members find there way.
Know Before You Go
We will be meeting at the visitor center and the leader will explain
the routes at that time, please pay attention and get a trail map to
keep on your person. We are scheduled to start the hike at 10:00am
sharp so remember to leave your homes with plenty of time to get here.
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