Take the trail that goes down close to the beach....those stairs are where the work out is at

This was a bucket list check off! Parking was closed everywhere (this we knew was the case), but we got there early enough to find parking on the road above fort point. It was very foggy at the time we started (again, we knew this was probably the case), but when it’s projected to be 104 where we live...yay fog! Hardly any pedestrians, but plenty of cyclists. Stay to your side of the walk/bikeway and all will be good. The bathrooms on the Marin side were open (thank God!). This is something we will definitely do again, but add in some extra miles to Baker Beach.

road biking
11 days ago

Roads still closed so awesome for bikers! Beautiful views. It was not an easy level for a beginner though but still doable.

Gateway to bigger and better trails, but a bucket list item not to be missed. Prepare for gusts, bike and foot traffic!

mountain biking
closed
1 month ago

This was a great bike ride because although there were a few hills nearby on Teresita, it was a short distance to the beginning of Twin Peaks Boulevard which is currently closed to traffic, so is perfect for biking!!! Also, that road is not steep, but a gradual climb. And the views from the top are awesome!

hiking
no shade
1 month ago

scenic driving
1 month ago

Wonderful views of the unique city when the weather cooperates.

Nice walk along the bay.

hiking
1 month ago

All parking lots are closed due to Coronavirus. The trails are quiet and kid friendly.

Easy for the family. Currently all parking lots are closed. You have to find street parking 2hr max.

Such a beautiful, fun trail! We had a blast. Amazing views. Uphill climbs get a little intense for people not used to biking regularly and definitely not used to hills. We had a great day!

hiking
2 months ago

Easy well-paved trail. About a mile from public transit. Lots of shoreline birds and park tables for get togethers. I visited on a Sunday and even with a few parties in the distance, it didn’t impact my enjoyment of the bike or photography. Surprised by finding a fishing pier at the point and several restrooms along the way. I’m coming back to this area to a few other trails near it. My favorite photograph is of an Anna’s Hummingbird atop dry dill

walking
2 months ago

Very tiring but worth it.

3 months ago

A good and slightly more challenging route if you are staying down at the Wharf is to head up Hyde, take Lombard down to Leavenworth, then take Leavenworth downhill. Went at 9:30pm on a Monday and we only saw one other person on the stairs. There were a couple of cars heading down which provided a decent photo op.

No shade on sunny days - lots of tourists - go behind the warts to be closer to the water but a bit run down there

another review

hiking
muddy
no shade
3 months ago

What a view!

running
3 months ago

Nice flat trail and lots of families cooking out. Squirrels are plentiful but not aggressive. Lovely views.

Early on Saturday morning parking was easy and the scenery was awesome. Did the Crissey Field Parkrun which happens every Saturday. Got much busier in the two hours I was there and the fog cleared.

I would recommend this trail for a scenic run watching Golden Gate Bridge , there will be wind blowing so wear appropriate cloths

hiking
4 months ago

Easy hike but very crowded. The road to get to the peak was more exciting but most people parked at the peak anyway.

Great flat trail, easy walk, beautiful views. We decided to start out at Palace of Fine Arts. As we followed the trail we saw signs to go to the Presidio then across the Golden Gate Bridge, which we did instead of looping right back. Ended up at the border or Marin County, which felt like an achievement, then headed back to Palace of Fine Arts. This was a doable, stress-free round trip of seven miles with small breaks when needed.

beautiful and no traffic early in morning

hiking
6 months ago

Beautiful trail

Short and easy walk along San Francisco's bay front.

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