Trails

Dias Ridge Trail
Hiking
  • Birding
Descend along a gorgeous new multi-use trail. From Panoramic Hwy you start out at 700' and drop down to sea level at Muir Beach with spectacular views of the Pacific Ocean for most of the trip while passing over 20,000 newly planted native plants and grasses. The coastal breezes and...
Panoramic Trail meets the Canopy View Trail at this rock
Hiking
  • Birding
Skip the crowds at Muir Woods , and explore the Redwood Creek watershed from Mount Tamalpais State Park. Begin the hike at the north end of the Mountain Home Inn parking lot and head down Camp Alice Eastwood fire road. A short distance down the road, take the Troop 80...
Library Summer Stride Reading
Park E-Ventures Article
This summer, feed your sense of adventure at free and fun activities from the San Francisco Public Library, National Park Service, and Parks Conservancy—including the fourth edition of our StoryWalksⓇ series on Crissy Field, reading programs, ranger talks, park shuttles, and more.
Trail Mixer
Park E-Ventures Article
Summertime in San Francisco is about as warm as winter everywhere else! Escape the summer “brrrs” and cozy up with us at one (or all) of events and happenings taking place in the parks from June through August, 2018.
Wayfinder in the Marin Headlands
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Another stunning hike with connector trails in the Marin Headlands, it provides a secluded destination point for pedestrians and equestrians seeking dramatic coastal views.
Rodeo Valley Trail
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The multi-use Rodeo Valley Trail is edged by grassy, wind-swept hillsides as it winds through the heart of the Marin Headlands. Recent improvements to this historic ranch road include realigned segments and bridges to improve the experience of trail users while protecting restored wetlands.
Bay Area Ridge Trail
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The Bay Area Ridge Trail is an epic, planned 550-mile multi-use trail around San Francisco Bay. The Presidio leg links the park's highest points, from Arguello Gate to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Presidio Park Trail
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Completed in May 2010, the Park Trail provides a north-south trail corridor through the Presidio, extending 1.7 miles from the 14th Avenue Gate to Crissy Field.
Presidio Promenade near Main Post
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The 2.1-mile Presidio Promenade is a major east-west trail bringing visitors from the park's urban edge at the Lombard Gate to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Bridge over historic batteries
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A new ADA-accessible bicycle/pedestrian bridge links the south end of the Golden Gate Bridge to the Presidio Coastal Trail, while protecting historic batteries.