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Friday, August 15, 2014

The 5 Best Views of the Bay Area by Bike

Posted By on Fri, Aug 15, 2014 at 1:49 PM

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1. Grizzly Peak Boulevard and Vollmer Peak
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Vollmer Peak is 1,905 feet, and Grizzly Peak is 1,754. Ride up Grizzly Peak in the Berkeley Hills and you arguably get one of the most diverse views of the region: you can see the Bay Bridge, the Golden Gate Bridge, Mount Tamalpais, Mount Diablo, San Francisco, Oakland, Berkeley, and just about every other city you'd like to see. Have a nice chuckle as you watch the fog blanket San Francisco, while the peak you're standing on baths you with warm sun. In the Bay Area, nothing wins more than the warm sun.




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Leif Haven

Leif Haven

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Leif Haven is a writer and cyclist living in the Bay Area. He can be spotted dragging himself up a hill — literally and metaphorically.

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