Twin Peaks picnic

How come it never occurs to me (or seemingly any of my friends) to have a picnic up on Twin Peaks? I end up up there a lot, but it’s always when I find myself in somebody’s car with some time to kill and we all go, “Twin Peaks!” And then we drive up there, take in the view, run to the top, snap an Instagram and then leave.

Why not make it a destination?? (Like Elizabeth here did.)

12 Responses to “Twin Peaks picnic”

  1. 7th heaven says:

    Because you are lazy

  2. CKChew says:

    B/C it’s always hella windy!

  3. GG says:

    Because it’s fucking freezing and all your food would blow away

  4. Jeremy says:

    I’ve had a couple of Twin Peaks picnics, but CKChew and GG are right: on most days it’s more like summiting K2 than a typical picnic. But I’ve heard tell that every now and then there’s actually sun up there.

  5. henri! says:

    Pro tip alert!

    Even better take one of the side trails from the main viewing lot down to the Seward Street Slides.

  6. D. Jon Moutarde says:

    Ain’t nothing better than a rag-top TR6 and oral sex on twin peaks.

  7. Opinion rings says:

    A TR4-A IRS does it for me.

  8. TJ says:

    FWIW I think the view/weather/hikability from the Mission is far better up in Corona Heights if what you’re looking for is the ultimate in picnic + commanding view action.

    But it’s also important to mix it up.

  9. chalkman says:

    tank hill is better

  10. sandieman says:

    windy.. but isn’t this also parking issue?

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