If you haven’t hiked Morgan Territory this route is a good introduction to the east side of the park.
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A three part hike offers a variety of experience.
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How many hairs do you have on your head?
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Some still shots of a Turkey Vulture taking off from the shore of Lake Kent. Watching the apparent ease with which this bird lifts off from a standing start shows how much strength they must have in their wings.
The Mount Tamalpias Watershed offers outstanding hiking with breathtaking views and choices of easy or strenuous hikes. My initial hike was on Kent Pump Road.
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Early morning fog
I’m not a well traveled person, but of all the places I’ve been the locations that continually call me back are the shorelines of Devon, Cornwall and Northern California. There is something inspiring about the sweeping cliffs and vast ocean views. This hike brought all that back. The sky was blue, the temperature moderate, and for long periods you could find isolation from other hikers.
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Some notes in video and audio from a hike up the Meeks Creek Trail at Lake Tahoe. Just a casual collection of views and comments.
This was shot with a Nikon Coolpix P510, which, while notable for its zoom lens, doesn’t do a very good job of capturing video.
Meeks Creek Trail from biznavigator on Vimeo.
A word of caution here, the full extent of this hike down to Peter’s Creek Loop trail is strenuous. After leaving the junction with Peter’s Creek Loop trail you are faced with a one-mile climb during which you will ascend over 1000 feet. Continue reading “Portola State Park – Peters Creek Loop” »
University Of California – Berkeley
To start the hike park in the lake carpark and walk west along Mount Hamilton Road until you reach the trailhead. This point is easy to spot because the gate immediately adjacent has a blue sign for Berkeley University.
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