We then descended the east side of the Berkeley Hills and passed by San Pablo Reservoir. After which, there was a steep ascent of the east side of the Berkeley Hills to Inspiration Point and then, finally, back down to the Little Farm.
San Pablo Reservoir. The view is looking east.
Nike Missile Launching Stations SF-08L and SF-09L
|The route: The distance traveled was approximately 10.6 miles (17 kilometers). The cumulative elevation gain was about 1,705 feet (520 meters). Mile markers are displayed on the GPS generated track.|
|Another scene of San Pablo Reservoir looking east.|
|NOW This is a view of the former location of Nike Missile Launching Stations SF-08L and SF-09L. The view is looking northeast.|
|NOW Nike Missile Radar Station SF-09C was located on the top of this hill. The view is looking north.|
|Mount Vollmer, at 1,905 feet (535 meters), is shrouded in fog and is not entirely visible. The summit of Mount Vollmer was the location of Nike Missile Radar Station SF-08C. A segment of Nimitz Way is visible in the lower portion of this image. This view looks south.|
|This graph shows the elevation changes encountered in this ramble.|
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