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Get Out There!

We love seeing you in our cafés, but we’re much more excited for what you do outside of them.

Whether you’re out there exploring the backcountry and summiting peaks, putting yourself to work climbing mountains to earn the most killer views, or recharging at a local bookshop amongst your favorite wordsmiths, we want to know what gets your heart pumping and blood rushing. We’ll be here at the end of the day to hear your stories. 
Need a kickstart to your adventure?  We’ve got you covered. Pour a cup of our original house roast, and take a gander of what we’ve been enjoying nearby each of our locations. 

Menlo Park

Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge 12.1 miles / 21 minutes from Coffeebar Menlo Park A quiet bit of nature in the middle of a tech mecca, Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge is not only home to many miles of hiking trails (some that also accommodate bikes!), but also a sanctuary to many endangered species and coastal creatures.  With over fifteen unique different habitat types, you can guarantee you’ll see a bit of wildlife wherever you go. 
Menlo Park Cycling Trails Hit the city on two wheels and get a first hand look at what makes Menlo Park so great.  Take your mountain bike or fixie to Bayfront Park for a quick, relaxing ride and decent views of the Bay. For more of a challenge, head south towards Saratoga and be rewarded with a beautiful ride through the canyon - you won’t believe you’re still in Silicon Valley. Don’t forget your bike socks
Kepler’s Books .3 miles / 6 minutes from Coffeebar Menlo Park A great independent bookstore is a dying breed. Located right off El Camino, Kepler’s Books totes themselves as the intellectual and cultural hub of the Peninsula.” We have to agree - well-versed in local authors, a book club program and author meet-and-greets, we couldn’t ask to have a better neighbor in our community. 


Rancho San Rafael Park 3.1 miles / 12 minutes from Coffeebar Reno With vast walking trails, a diversity of scenery, close proximity to the University of Nevada, yet just far enough to get away - Rancho San Rafael is a local favorite.  It’s home to many special events such as the Great Reno Balloon Race, Cyclocross events (home of the 2018 National race!) and the Wilbur D. May Arboretum and Botanical Garden.  From athletes to afternoon strollers, everyone will find something to do at Rancho San Rafael. 
Truckee Riverwalk 1.4 miles / 5 minutes from Coffeebar Reno Take in the sights of downtown Reno while exploring a multitude of parks, bikeways, shopping and diversity as you stroll down the Truckee Riverwalk.  A growing renovation, be sure to check out local shops; we recommend The Eddy, an outdoor beer garden and community space, the Basement, a local marketplace, and Sierra Arts Gallery. Fill up your cup, and head for a stroll throughout the 2+ mile walking path. 
Sundance Books and Music .9 miles / 3 minutes The only place in Reno (or the world?) you will find a dragon, a thank you’ card for your Grandma, and a Metallica record under one roof.  Located in a 112-year-old house, make your way across charmingly squeaky wood floors and peculiar furniture to discover light-filled rooms brimming with books, records and other treasures. 


Donner Summit 9.3 miles | 16 minutes For those vertically inclined, consider Donner Summit your playground. The classic Tahoe granite in this area is a collection of cracks, slabs and roofs, where everyone from newbies to sport climbers can a find a spot to up their games. Head to Snowshed Wall for relaxed (and popular - avoid on Summer weekends!) trads, or discover one of the best crack pitches you’ll ever find on the Black Wall. 
Castle Peak 11.8 miles | 23 minutes  At 5.5 miles and an elevation gain of 1,900 ft., this challenging hike will reward you with diverse terrain and phenomenal views. Though more challenging in the Winter, expert skiers can enjoy a variety of descent options, including couloirs and chutes. We highly recommend poles, sun protection, and a #summitsandwich for your ascent to the peak. 
Atelier 420 feet | 2 minute walk Home to those who love tactile craft, Atelier features a good selection of yarn, workshops, and art supplies to the community.  It’s hard not to find inspiration here for whatever gets your heart going. The classes and workshops offered often feature local artists who are truly passionate for their craft.  Owners and husband-wife team, Brian Hess and Heather River, pride themselves on being a space to create always, and inspire all.’  The most difficult problem stepping into their store - finding just one project to focus on.   

Squaw Valley

Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows .2 miles / 4 minutes Hit the slopes with some of the best skiing in the nation (if not the world) at the home of the 1960 Winter Olympics.  One pass gets you access to both mountains and over 6,000 acres of slopes, powder, and a damn good time. Lessons are available for you or your loved ones if you’re in need, or if you’d rather stay off the mountain - there’s plenty of shopping, dining, and après nearby.
SnoVentures Snow Tubing + Mini Snowmobiles .2 miles / 4 minutes Not everyone is a future Shawn White some of us would rather stay in the warmth.  But for those of you who may not want to hit the downhill, but still want a bit of adventure or if you’ve got little one’s in tow - make your way to SnoVentures in Squaw Valley Resort - home to Snow Tubing, Mini Snowmobiles, and so much more.  Be sure to pack warm to stay for the adventure all day long. 
Gallery Keoki .2 miles / 4 minutes Not one for the slopes?  Explore your artistic side through Gallery Keoki. The gallery features the work of internationally known, fine art photographer Keoki Flagg. With experience working with brands such as Disney, VISA, California and New Zealand Tourist Boards, Discovery Channel, ESPN and Warren Miller Films, and Audubon,  and National Geographic Adventure. He’s not only well-versed in photography, he’s also thoroughly prepared in keynote speeches and multi-media lectures. The gallery features his original fine art works on a large scale and is open to the public.  Stroll through the gallery and get inspired for your next adventure.
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