Bay Area 9 Peaks challenge

It's Time to Start Your Adventure

This is a virtual event. Meaning, you can run, hike, walk, skip, jump to the top of any or all of the 9 peaks, hand chosen in the Bay Area, whichever way you choose. Another option to complete this event, is by doing all the above on a treadmill in your house, around your neighborhood block, or nearby park. Most of you will choose to drive to the 9 peaks and get to the top. You have until September 30 to complete your trek to the top.

Pacific Coast Trail Runs "Bay Area 9 Peaks "

This event is part of the Pacific Coast Trail Runs “Bay Area 9 Peaks ” event going on simultaneously. If you would like to do all “Bay Area 9 Peaks”, then we recommend signing up for that to save money and see some of the most desired peaks to get to the top and be rewarded with some of the most expansive 360 degree views in Northern California.

  • June 29, 2020 / $19.90 for an INDIVIDUAL peak (See peaks below)
  • July 16, 2020 / $24.90 for an INDIVIDUAL peak (See peaks below)
  • $90 for ALL 9 Peaks
  • 90 Days to get to the top. Complete any day you choose.
  • Opening Date: July 3rd, 2020
  • Closing Date: September 30,2020

What You Get

  • Hand Made Wooden Award from Elevation Culture to be mailed out within 30 days of registration.
Mt Umunhum

Mount Umunhum is the fourth-highest peak in California's Santa Cruz Mountains. The mountain is situated in Santa Clara County, south of San Jose.

Mt Tamalpais

Mount Tamalpais is a peak in Marin County, California, United States, often considered symbolic of Marin County. Much of Mount Tamalpais is protected within public lands such as Mount Tamalpais State Park, the Marin Municipal Water District watershed, and National Park Service land, such as Muir Woods

Mt Diablo

Mount Diablo is a mountain of the Diablo Range, in Contra Costa County of the eastern San Francisco Bay Area in Northern California

Mt Vaca

Mount Vaca is a mountain in Napa and Solano counties of Northern California. It is both the highest point in the Vaca Mountains and in Solano County. It is also one of several peaks in the San Francisco Bay Area that receive winter snow.

Slacker Hill

Slacker Hill offers some of the best views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Downtown San Francisco. Get away from the crowds and venture to the top of Slacker Hill! Bring your camera to remember this scenic place.

Mt Davidson

Mount Davidson is the highest natural point in San Francisco, California, with an elevation of 928 feet. It is located near the geographical center of the city, south of Twin Peaks and Portola Drive and to the west of Diamond Heights and Glen Park. It dominates the southeastern view from most of Portola Drive

Mission Peak

Mission Peak Regional Preserve is a public park east of Fremont, California, operated by the East Bay Regional Park District. It is the northern summit on a ridge that includes Mount Allison and Monument Peak. Mission Peak has symbolic importance, and is depicted on the logo of the City of Fremont

Montara Mountain

Montara Mountain, positioned between the unincorporated community of Montara, California to the southwest and the city of Pacifica, California to the north, forms the northern spur of the Santa Cruz Mountains, a narrow mountain range running the length of the San Francisco Peninsula that separates San Francisco Bay from the Pacific Ocean.[3] Its highest point rises to 1,898 feet (579 m)[1] above sea level.

Mt St Helena

Mount Saint Helena is a peak in the Mayacamas Mountains with flanks in Napa, Sonoma, and Lake counties of California. Composed of uplifted 2.4-million-year-old volcanic rocks from the Clear Lake Volcanic Field, it is one of the few mountains in the San Francisco Bay Area to receive any snowfall during the winter

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