San Francisco November 06, 2017
8 Short And Sweet Fall Hikes Around San Francisco With A Spectacular End View
The end of fall is near so check out these awesome hikes. Some of these hikes are tried and true popular trails and others are a bit overlooked. Explore these hikes around the Bay area for some awesome views and colors.
1. The Filbert Steps
A stairway in Telegraph Hill with wonderful views and plenty of green, natural colors, and more. Expect a classic view of Coit Tower and awesome cottages along the way. Address: Filbert St & Sansome Street, San Francisco, 94111
2. Lovers Lane
Lovers Lane at the Presidio is a marvelous hike that is romantic and colorful. Expect some astounding greenery and romantic, peaceful, and overwhelmingly beautiful trails. Address: The Presidio, San Francisco
3. John McLaren Park
John McLaren Park is a hidden gem in San Francisco that features a lot of trails and colors. There is a trail called the Philosopher's path that is quite fun for views and worthwhile attractions. Address: 116 John F Shelley Drive, San Francisco, 94134
4. Robert Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve
The hiking here is full of greenery, a labyrinth, and even a volcano. Robert Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve offers a dazzling hike up round top loop trail wth lots to do and see. Address: 6800 Skyline Blvd, Oakland, 94611
5. Pulgas Water Temple
Not your typical hike or stroll in the park at all. Pulgas Water Temple is just south of Crystal Springs reservoir in the South Bay. Plan ahead because this colorful hike s open Monday through Friday, 9 am. to 4 pm. Call (650) 872-5900 for more information. Address: 80 Cañada Rd, Redwood City, 94062
6. Point Reyes Lighthouse hike
A spectacular ending with a lighthouse and more. This hike is for everyone, so everyone can enjoy the redwoods, moist air, and plenty of foliage. Address: 27999 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Inverness, 94937
7. Inspiration Point
Nimitz Way Trail at Inspiration Point in Berkeley is a nearby hike with lots to offer.
Of course, enjoy inspirational views, including the stone Rotary Peace Grove lookout and an abandoned Nike missile site. Address: Tilden Regional Park, Berkeley
8. Cataract Falls hike
Cataract Falls is a great hike in Marin county with wonderful deep foliage and a waterfall. The most popular hike is the Cataract Falls on Mt. Tam. Address: Bolinas Fairfax Road, Fairfax, 94978
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