It’s a Gig Summer: Hiking
We could all use a little summer reset from our fast-paced regular schedules right? And what better way is there than getting out on a hiking trail to soak up nature's beauty. You're just one quick Gig ride away!
Indulge in the amazing sights found throughout the San Francisco Bay Area and Seattle region. With the busy schedule of the rest of the year rapidly approaching, you'll be happy you took this pause for a hike with a side of Gig. 🥾☀️ Tag us in those selfies with #ItsAGigSummer!
Discovery Park Loop Trail
A designated National Recreation Trail, this location span roughly 2.8 miles and only gains about 140 feed in elevation. Enjoy the forest, open meadows, great views and bird watching on this hike.
A popular destination for many Washington natives (about 100,000 people visit per year), this hike offers incredible views of the Snoqualmie Valley and is a gateway to the Cascades.
Poo Poo Point
You'll come across several creeks, moss-draped trees and ferns as you hike on the railroad grades from the logging era. Once you reach the viewpoint, there's a solid chance you'll catch a paraglider in action.
This well maintained trail take you through a cool forest with views of the Rattlesnake Lake, Chester Morse Lake, Cedar River watershed, Mount Si and Mount Washington.
Located on the Bailey Peninsula, this location offers a 2.4 mile bike and walking loop, some more challenging hiking trails, an amphitheater, a native plant garden, swimming beach, and more.
SF Bay Area
One of San Francisco's most popular trails for good reason, this hike features stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge, plus you'll be able to explore the historic Sutro Baths.
Just on the other side of the Golden Gate, Muir Woods offers 22 great trails for everyone in the family that range from 42 to 4,274 feed in elevation gain and are filled with incredible coastal redwood trees.
Mount Diablo State Park
With 92 trails ranging form 55 to 7,759 in elevation gain, Mount Diablo has many hiking options at your disposal, all offering adventure and picturesque views of the Bay Area.
Cataract Falls Trail
A moderately challenging hike in Marin County, this trail contains several waterfalls along the route that are great stops for photos. The 2.8-mile out-and-back trail takes about two hours to complete.
Mori Point Loop Trail
Indulge in the serene setting of Mori Point on this hike, where it's great to chase sunsets, whale watch and watch the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean on the coast.
🚶🏽 Let someone know of your hiking plans.
🚶🏽♀️ Check the weather.
🚶🏽♂️ Hike with a companion.
🚶🏽 Bring enough water.
🚶🏽♂️ Take a map and compass.
🚶🏽♂️ Choose a trail right for your fitness level — do some research before you go.
🚶🏽 Dress correctly — wear the right shoes and have layers available if the temperature drops.
🚶🏽♀️ Bring sun protection.
🚶🏽♂️ Pace yourself — find a pace you can maintain.
🚶🏽♀️ Leave no trace — don’t leave any garbage or items.
Before you go.
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