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Hidden Labyrinths

Meditative, contemplative, creative, and sometimes just simply fun, labyrinths seem to pop up all over the Bay Area. Here are three to discover on your next hike or bike ride.

Week 08.12.2020
Regions Northern CA

Ah, Good Point

Hike Mori Point Peak and See the Labyrinth

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Ready for a rewarding view? Head to to one of the Peninsula’s favorite promontories: Mori Point. Climb your way up the Bootlegger’s Steps to the Mori Point headland for awesome vantages of the San Mateo Coast.
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Simply Amazing Road Trip

Road Trip to Klamath Basin in Southern Oregon

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Don’t overthink it, just go! Southern Oregon’s Klamath Basin is a hidden gem just north of the California border. This adventurous region makes savoring summer and fall easy with abundant outdoor recreation.
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All Ride, Albany!

Bike from Berkeley to Albany Bulb on the Bay Trail

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Bike a new section of the Bay Trail on a pedal from Berkeley to Albany Bulb for gorgeous waterside vistas, colorful outdoor art, and a short hike detour to a labyrinth.
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Sibley Amazement

Labyrinth Hike at Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve in the East Bay

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A 10-million-year-old volcano and a couple of labyrinths are part of this 2.2-mile hike in the Oakland Hills at Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve.
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