Find the Joys of Solo Hiking

It may seem intimidating at first, but there are so many joys to going alone.

Posted on By Sara Haugen
A Legacy of Generosity – Remembering Sam McDonald

Celebrate Black History Month with the story of this local legend.

Posted on By Nik Rau
Hiking tips: 7 Ways to Have the Best Hiking Experiences in 2021

Start 2021 off on the right foot with these simple hiking tips.

Posted on By Matt Dolkas
Our Favorite Wheelchair Accessible & Easy Access Trails

You might be surprised at how many wheelchair accessible trails there are on the Peninsula and in the South Bay.

Posted on By Rachael Faye
Least Crowded Hikes on the Peninsula and in the South Bay

Looking for the least crowded parks and preserves in your area? With the help of our partners in the field, we've put together this handy list for you.

Posted on By Nik Rau
Back to School…Kinda? Where to Take Your Kids to Get Outside

With the upcoming school year in jeopardy for most kids, we wanted to give parents a few options to safely get their kids outside for some fresh air.

Posted on By Nik Rau
Wide Trails: Walks and Hikes for Social Distancing

Looking for good trail options to go hiking while maintaining social distance? We've got you covered.

Posted on By Nik Rau
The Bay to Sea Trail: A Journey in the Making

11 partner organizations and agencies have committed to building a continuous trail from the San Francisco Bay to the ocean.

Posted on By Rachael Faye
5 Regional Trails For You to Explore in the Bay Area

Since 1977, POST has been working to create and connect regional trails throughout our open spaces. Learn more about how to experience them for yourself here.

Posted on By Rachael Faye

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