Camino Training Hikes

West Point Inn Camino Training Hike

August 13, 2014
Mountain with trees in the foreground

Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out that going to the mountains is going home; that wildness is a necessity.” ― John Muir, Our National Parks

Three women in hiking clothes with arms around each other

Getting started on our hike from the bottom of Railroad Grade in Mill Valley up to West Point Inn

View of bay and San Francisco

Gorgeous view of San Francisco, the bay, Angel Island, Richardson Bay, Sausalito, and Mill Valley from Mt. Tamalpais. You could see my apartment if there were a zoom option. It is just in front of the first body of water, on the right..

Bike repair cupboard

Emergency bike repair kit on the wall of someone’s house next to the trail. Such a cool idea!

California Drought sign

We arrived at the Mountain Home Inn at 1:30 and were reminded
in the bathrooms that California is having a drought

Company: Lisa and Leslie
High Temperature: 77F (25C)
Route: Downtown Mill Valley to West Point Inn and back
Distance: 12.54 miles (20.18 km)
Elevation gain: 1777.17 ft
Elevation loss: 1777.17 ft
Time: 4 hours (11:30 to 3:30)
Shoes: Brooks Cascadia 9, size 11 (virtually no tread left after the Camino; new ones on the way!)
Socks: Wrightsock Coolmesh II Double Layer x 2 (holes worn through the short crew. Wrightsock is sending replacements)

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