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Marin Headlands Hike with The Outbound Collective

July 05, 2018 by Michael O'Connell

Following our incredible urban hike in San Francisco, the MT Sobek and Outbound Collective teams are lacing up boots for another summer outing. This time we're tackling the 7-mile Marin Headlands Loop on July 28, 2018.

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Hills of San Francisco with The Outbound Collective

April 27, 2018 by Joe Toback

Join MT Sobek and our friends at The Outbound Collective on May 19, 2018, for a free urban walking adventure through San Francisco's city streets. We will climb seven summits, ascending to take in some of the finest city views from Twin Peaks and Mount Olympus (once viewed as the geographic center of the city), and journey along the flanks of Mount Parnassus. Along the way, we'll stroll through areas of history, art and hidden mystery that are part of San Francisco's landscape.

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Visions of Glacier Bay

February 21, 2018 by Chris B. / Photos by A.Z. Andis

Glacier Bay National Park has it all—glaciers that calve enormous icebergs, an ocean teeming with humpback whales, sea otters, orca, seals, and sea lions...

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Mount Diablo Wildflower Hike with MT Sobek and The Outbound Collective

February 20, 2018 by John Baston

Gear up for a stunning Mount Diablo hike on Saturday April 21, 2018, offered in collaboration with our friends at The Outbound Collective! From the lush meadows of Mitchell Canyon we'll hike a less-traversed 8 mile loop trail on the mountain's north side. Our path rises up into the chaparral and offers hikers a chance to summit one of Mount Diablo State Park's roadless peaks, and enjoy iconic views of the Bay Area. We've also chosen this hike to coincide with the area’s peak wildflower bloom, so be sure to bring along your camera!

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Meet Adventure Expert John Baston

January 29, 2018 by John Baston

The natural world is full of surprises, and the more time I spend there the more wonderful and interesting it all seems. I feel privileged to have had work that has allowed so many hours of observing nature’s processes and contemplating the many questions they pose. How does it all piece together? What are the relationships? Why is there so much beauty? What do I do with it all?

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