San Francisco September 30, 2017
The One Hikeable Lake Near San Francisco That’s Simply Breathtaking In The Fall
Fall in San Francisco can be cool, unpredictably warm, or just perfect. If you’re willing to venture a little outside San Francisco you’ll find lovely spots to explore and hike. Discover this marvelous lake hike that is easier than you think and near the city.
The San Andreas Lake Trail is very close to San Francisco.
The trail is located at
10586 Skyline Blvd, San Bruno, CA 94066,
San Andreas Lake is a reservoir situated directly on the San Andreas Fault, which is named after the valley as well.
The San Andreas Lake Trail is 7.2 miles long, and absolutely gorgeous. The trail is accessible year-round and great for all ages.
This trail is a popular spot for runners and mountain bikers. San Andreas Lake offers access to the paved section of the San Andreas Trail.
The trail is paved, mostly straight, and perfect for hikers of all skill levels.
Another great feature of this hike is the high possibility of seeing wildlife. You may see deer gather in herds along the trail!
Admire the beauty of scenic San Andreas Lake and Sweeney Ridge as you hike.
Learn more information about this trail from the
San Andreas Lake Trail Site.
Have you been on this hike? Let us know and share your experience. If you’re curious about other trails in the city then check out
8 Amazing Hikes You Can Take Without Ever Leaving San Francisco.
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