CA, United States
outdoors
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Mount Tamalpais
Mount Tam is the perfect day hike if you're visiting San Francisco. Only an hour north of the city, you're able to enjoy this incredible piece of nature. Getting to the peak is about a 12 mile round trip hike, but the views are seriously worth it!
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