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- 98%Outdoor Enthusiasts
- 92%Adventure Travelers
- 85%Family Travelers
- 68%Budget Travelers
- 63%Green Travelers
User Reviews (60 Reviews)
- Lands End TrailMember ofAdventure TravelersFeb 20, 2014
It's hands down the wildest trail that courses through the terrain along the City's western edge. Rugged landscapes emerging from the Cityscape, you'll feel you've been transported far from San Francisco.
- Lands End TrailJan 09, 2014
Definitely worth doing. The views across to the Marin Headlands and back to the Golden Gate Bridge are beyond beyond and don't miss the walking labyrinth. After visiting the ruins of the old Sutro baths, have a drink at the Cliff House overlooking the Pacific Ocean and then get a cab home...
- Lands End TrailMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesWellness+ 2Nov 12, 2013
My favorite out doors activity in San Francisco. Its a trail between baker beach and Ocean beach ending at the Sutro batch and the Cliff House. You get to see incredible views of the city, the golden gate bridge, and marin.
- Lands End TrailMember ofFamily TravelersStudentsHistory Buffs+ 1Nov 08, 2013
MUST-SEE! This is definitely worth it in every way. Get away from the city like feeling and enjoy nature. Take a 2 mile hike along the coast its so easy there are some stairs though...best views!
- Lands End TrailNov 04, 2013
If you're looking for beauty and a relatively relaxed walk, Land's End is the best bang for your buck in San Francisco. If you luck out and get a clear day, the views of the ocean and Golden Gate Bridge and the Marin Headlands will blow your brain. But it's even beautiful in the fog, with the ghostly cypress trees, the sound of the ocean breaking down on the rocks below you, and the tip of the bridge poking up on the horizon. While you're there, make sure to go down the stairs to old Sutro Baths and caves. It's really easy to get here, too - just take the 38 bus from Market Street or Geary and take it to the last stop.
- Lands End TrailOct 19, 2013
Easy and scenic hike along the cliffs high above the Pacific. You can make a loop of about 2.5 miles by parking near the ruins of the Sutro Baths and meandering on the trail, then returning via the road and the Palace of Fine Arts museum. On a clear day, you can see out past the Golden Gate Bridge and imagine setting sail for the Farallon Islands...or Hawaii.
- Lands End TrailMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 11Sep 27, 2013
With Pacific Ocean shipwrecks visible in low tide and a rock-hewn meditative labyrinth, the 3.4-mile Lands End Trail is not your average hiking path. The trail is at the far edges of San Francisco's northwestern end, so the fog and wind can pick up quickly (especially in the afternoon), making this feel like even more of an adventure.
- Lands End TrailMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBusiness TravelersFamily Travelers+ 4Sep 13, 2013
Very easy hike and good with kids with panoramic views of the Pacific and the Golden Gate bridge. If you go with kids and hike down to the rock maze, mind the cliffs.Recommended for:Family Travelers
- Lands End TrailOct 25, 2013
The trails and walk ways are landscaped with amazing vegetation and wild flowers. the view of the coastline, both looking north and south, are simply STUNNING. You even get some impressive photo ops of the Golden Gate Bridge and Bay from Lands End. Be prepared with a jacket. It can get really gusty, especially down by the seawall overlook.