Hiking Trails Near San Francisco, CA
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Hiking Trails Near San Francisco, CA

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San Francisco has 115 hiking trails. These trails range from 0 to 50 miles in length. The most popular trails are San Francisco’s Pacific Shore, San Andreas Fault and Golden Gate National Recreation Area: San Francisco's Land's End. Trails.com member Chia-Hsin S. recently completed Portola Discovery Site on Sweeney Ridge. See all San Francisco trails.
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One of the most unusual —and certainly one of the most pleasantly situated —state parks ...
It is as it was. Rolling hills cleft by valleys, split by ridges, battered by the sea. ...
Follow garden paths and manicured trails linking premier attractions in San Francisco’s ...
This is an easy and popular scenic coastal hike enjoyed by locals and tourists south of ...
Four cities lap at the base of San Bruno Mountain, encircling it with the concrete bustle ...
A popular family and tourist trail, this wide and pleasant dirt path follows the cliffs ...
Here is the power of the Pacific, breaking upon storied shores too rugged for development, ...
Point Reyes National Seashore is a national treasure, where dogs are pretty much not allowed—except ...
This is a popular hike, since you’ll get two great lakes—the first right outside your ...
There are three good reasons to hike the trail on the former military complex at the southwestern ...
It would be unthinkable to hike the California coast and ignore one of the most picturesque ...
This hike’s three trails show off three different facets of San Bruno Mountain in just ...
After covering 500 miles overland, the San Andreas Fault dives northwest from the bluffs ...
On this short, self-guiding nature trail you can walk beside a marsh and tidal slough, ...
Follow a steep paved track onto the windswept ridge where Gaspar de Portola and his men ...
This scenic trail along the bluffs overlooking the Pacific traces the terrestrial boundary ...
I’ll admit it: I have a sick fascination with peak bagging. It’s not my fault, you see. ...
Man and beast have proven their ability to adapt to all kinds of living situations, but ...
Mount Davidson is the highest point in San Francisco at 927 feet. Its peak is also home ...
Inspiration Point in San Francisco’s Presidio is a great jumping-off place for a couple ...
With the closing of military bases all over the West Coast in the 1990s, San Francisco’s ...
A popular family trail, this wide and pleasant dirt path follows the cliffs above the ...
Looking at the densely populated City by the Bay, it is hard to imagine there being any ...
San Francisco’s spectacular bay and ocean views reward you on gradual climbs along city ...
The loop trail around the slough is an invigorating walk for birdwatchers and all who ...
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