Batteries to Bluffs Trail is a 2.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near San Francisco, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
Experience the wild western shoreline on the Batteries to Bluffs Trail. This rugged route takes visitors along the cliffs bordering the Pacific Ocean, allowing hikers to explore historic gun batteries, seeps and springs, coastal plants and wildlife, and stunning views. This short trail provides a great way to see the bluffs near the Presidio and offers views of the Golden Gate Bridge and Marin that are hard to beat. The trail is marked moderate because there are several places with steps and some climbing if you decide to take the side trip down to Marshall Beach: a quiet, isolated area surrounded by rocky serpentine cliffs with breathtaking views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Try hiking this trail near the end of the day to enjoy a long sunset over the Pacific Ocean and the lights of the Golden Gate Bridge.
The views were just perfect, and it even looked like there were some folks swimming down at Marshall Beach. I was surprised there weren't more visitors, since this seems like a thing you *should* do as a tourist visiting SF.
Great views of the bridge!
super easy! the kids enjoyed it!
Beautiful trail! Some of the best views thus far of the Golden Gate Bridge. Husband who is a photographer was thrilled. A bit of an incline, my mom did okay but my dad needed to sit this one out.
Gorgeous views of the bay and very easy to do. Definitely worth it
so wonderful.. I liked the design
Easy trail and great views from coast.
Very nice hike going down the view are so amazing also going up good for butizimo.. I would do it again.
Very foggy made it seem like we were all alone on the trail- which was pretty much the case based on the very few number of people we encountered. Definitely worth going down to the beach and climbing on the rocks. Very colorful with all the flowers in bloom on the bluffs. Hard to believe the bridge and city are right around the corner.