Hiking Trails

San Francisco's hiking trails provide stunning views of the city, the bay, and surrounding natural beauty. From the iconic trails at Lands End that offer panoramic vistas of the Golden Gate Bridge to the serene paths through the Presidio, there is a trail for every level of hiker. Whether you're looking for a leisurely walk or a challenging trek, San Francisco's diverse landscapes will keep you engaged. Enjoy the fresh air and scenic beauty as you traverse the well-maintained paths that crisscross this urban oasis.

Touring the Alexander Zuckermann Bike Path: A Bay Area Route

Cycle the Alexander Zuckerman Bike Path from Emeryville to Yerba Buena Island for stunning Bay Area views.
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John W. Christian Greenbelt: Sunnyvale’s Urban Outdoor Haven

Learn about the John W. Christian Greenbelt, a vital 2.7-mile recreational space in Sunnyvale, CA.
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San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail: A Boater’s Detailed Guide

Navigate the San Francisco Bay Area Water Trail for unique kayaking, paddleboarding, and sailing experiences.
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Los Gatos Creek Trail: Urban to Natural 11-Mile Journey

Los Gatos Creek Trail connects Los Gatos to San Francisco, perfect for outdoor and history buffs.
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Spur Trail in Millbrae: Urban Hiking South of San Francisco

Learn about Spur Trail, an accessible urban hike in Millbrae, just south of San Francisco, ideal for locals and visitors.
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Iron Horse Regional Trail: Multi-Use Path Connecting East Bay Cities

Learn about the Iron Horse Regional Trail, a historic 30-mile path linking East Bay cities, ideal for outdoor activities.
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Walking the Barbary Coast Trail: A Historical Tour in SF

Walk the Barbary Coast Trail in San Francisco to see historic sites and vibrant neighborhoods like Chinatown.
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San Francisco Bay Trail: A 500-Mile Network of Paths

Learn about the San Francisco Bay Trail, a 500-mile path boosting recreation and city connectivity.
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Alamitos Creek: Vital For San Francisco Bay Area Ecosystem

Learn about Alamitos Creek's role in San Francisco's ecosystem and urban health.
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Coyote Creek Trail: Vital Bay Area Outdoor Hub for All

Coyote Creek Trail offers scenic biking and hiking from San Jose to SF Bay.
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