San Francisco October 02, 2017
The Gorgeous Place In San Francisco Where The Land Meets The Sea
San Francisco is incredibly gorgeous and scenic from many parts of the city. There is one place in the city that dazzles in its beauty and thrills. Visit this stunning area in San Francisco that will thrill you.
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Lands End is a park in San Francisco within the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.
Lands End Address:
680 Point Lobos Avenue
San Francisco, 94121
Where ever you go on Lands End trail, in the rocky northwestern corner of the city, there are stunning views.
The most popular attraction here is Sutro Baths, which used to be a public saltwater swimming pool complex in the Lands End area of San Francisco. The ruins of this former swimming pool are fascinating.
Visit Mile Rock Beach in Lands End. Mile Rock Beach is an unspoiled stretch of beach not too far away from Outer Richmond.
Remember to take the time to appreciate the vegetation, rocks, and landscape here. Pictured below are succulents in Lands End.
The most unique attraction is the Lands End Labyrinth. This is a hidden gem that was established in 2004. The Labyrinth was constructed by local artist Eduardo Aguilera.
The natural beauty along the coastal area of Lands End will impress anyone into the stunning landscape of California.
Hike and walk the Lands End Trail, which is a 3.5 mile loop trail. Along this trail you'll see wild flowers and awesome sea views.
Another worthwhile hike is the El Camino Del Mar trail. This is another hidden gem that will surprise and dazzle you.
Watch GoPro footage of the Lands End Hike from this video below:
Have you been to Lands End? Let us know your opinions on this area. If you want to discover a historical part of the city then check out
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