Devil Mountain was named for the devilishly red color it turns at sunset. It rises 3849 feet above the coastal communities near San Francisco California. It is the single predominant feature among the gentle rolling hills and waterways of the East Bay Area. Atop its towering peaks you can see over a 100 miles to Half Dome in Yosemite National Park, and to Mount Lassen to the north.
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