April 5, 2017
Standing 2600 feet over the San Francisco Bay Area, Mount Tamalpias (hereafter Mt. Tam) is one of the great green lungs and wild playgrounds of the California Coastal Range, with approx. 46,000 preserved acres and over 100 miles of hiking trails and fire roads. Held sacred by the early coastal Miwok tribes, Mt. Tam has been a geographic touchstone and visual blessing for Bay Area residents since the first settlers stumbled upon the region in the late 1700’s. The name comes from the Miwok word “tamalpias” (tam-ul-PIE-us) which translates roughly to “bay mountain” or “coastal mountain”.
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