San Francisco June 11, 2017
It’s Impossible Not To Love The Most Romantic Hike In San Francisco
San Francisco is full of marvelous hikes. There is a romantic hike in one of San Francisco’s favorite parks. The history behind this short, but eye catching hike is sweet. Let’s find our more about this wonderful hike in Fog city.
The Lover's Lane Trail begins at Funston Avenue & Presidio Blvd. in the Presidio. The trail ends at the Presidio Boulevard Gate.
Lover's Lane is one of the oldest trails in the Presidio, and it is an easy, one-mile walk.
The right side of the trail is adjacent to patch of tress of eucalyptus, cypress and pines. Lovers Lane is an easy hike, so almost everyone can enjoy it!
The origin of the name, Lover's Lane, has romantic origins. U.S. soldiers used Lovers Lane to visit their lovers and family in San Francisco starting in the late 1800s.
This hike can be enjoyed by anyone as this place is magical, wondrous, and full of happiness.
Look above and around on this hike because the beauty is everywhere. This is a truly spectacular hike.
Near Lovers’ Lane, take the time to check out the "Wood Line", an outdoor piece of art by Andy Goldsworthy. This is fascinating and of course to walk!
Lover's Lane trail is near the edge of the Presidio, and the stunning Lyon Street stairs. These stairs are steep, but offer a sentimental view of the Bay and the rest of the city.
Learn more about the Lover’s Lane Trail in the Presidio by checking out the
National Park Service Site. Happy Trails!
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