Trail Running Trails Near San Francisco, CA
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Trail Running Trails Near San Francisco, CA

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San Francisco has 31 trail-running trails. These trails range from 0 to 7.5 miles in length. The most popular trails are Presidio Coastal Trail, Old Barn Trail and Portola Discovery Site on Sweeney Ridge. Trails.com member Chia-Hsin S. recently completed Portola Discovery Site on Sweeney Ridge. See all San Francisco trails.
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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 ...
This hike’s three trails show off three different facets of San Bruno Mountain in just ...
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 ...
This segment of the California Coastal Trail—which will one day cover 1200 miles of coastline ...
This route is designed as a gallery tour for Andy Goldsworthy’s artwork in the Presidio. ...
This hike trends gently downhill as you head from the Presidio’s Broadway Gate to Baker ...
Tucked into the southeastern corner of the city, forty-six- acre Bayview Park is a place ...
John McLaren Park, the second-largest park in San Francisco, opened in 1934. The park ...
The twenty-one-acre Interior Greenbelt and sixty-one-acre Mount Sutro Open Space Reserve ...
While three-quarters of Golden Gate Park’s land area was sand dunes until the 1870s, these ...
This short and easy loop takes you around Stow Lake and Strawberry Hill. Stow Lake is ...
This section of the Bay Trail (also known as the Golden Gate Promenade between Fort Mason ...
This segment of the San Francisco Bay Trail is an easy stroll along the bay. After AT&T ...
In some ways, this section of the San Francisco Bay Trail feels like it’s on its way, ...
In 1978 Candlestick Point became California’s first urban state park. In addition ...
An easy climb through redwood glens and stands of eucalyptus leads to Salamander Pond, ...
Most of San Francisco’s “hidden gems” have long been sussed out, but Burleigh Murray Ranch ...
Sights on the ground and in the sky enliven the Sunset Trail, which leads hikers to historic ...
The easy loop around Stow Lake is a classic Saturday-afternoon stroll for both visitors ...
Climb to the summit of Wildcat Peak, where a lookout offers panoramic Bay Area views. ...
Climb through the hills just south of John Muir’s fruit farm to high points named for ...
The Embarcadero, the piers, the Exploratorium, Fisherman’s Wharf, Coit Tower, the Transamerica ...
This long route in the Marin Headlands serves up an intriguing mix of grand views, challenging ...
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