Wood - Decking

red-legged frog
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

0.24 miles round-trip
Like most of Mori Point as a whole, the flat and short Pollywog Trail is great for families. Kids will enjoy listening to (and trying to see!) the frogs that call the ponds and wetlands home around Mori Point. Keep an eye out for the threatened California red-legged frog, which...
Cypress trees in fog at Lands End
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

0.24 miles round-trip
This short connector trail links the main Coastal Trail thoroughfare across Lands End to El Camino del Mar, near the Legion of Honor art museum. A part of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, the Legion of Honor houses a vast collection of ancient and European art in a...
Rancho Corral de Tierra
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

0.82 miles round-trip
At the end of Le Conte Avenue in Montara, near Farallone View Elementary School, you'll come to the start of the Le Conte Trail. Passing through coastal meadows, this short trail connects you to longer trails that snake across the sprawling Rancho Corral de Tierra.
Joggers enjoy the Crissy Field Promenade
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

3.44 miles round-trip
Restored in 2001, Crissy Field wasted no time in becoming a San Francisco icon and a gem of the Parks Conservancy. The former military airfield now sports a clean, smooth promenade with views of the Golden Gate, Alcatraz , and the North and East Bays.
San Francisco garter snake
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

0.38 miles round-trip
The Lishumsha Trail takes visitors from the flat Old Mori Road Trail up the hill toward the blufftops at Mori Point . "Lishumsha" is the local Ohlone Native word for "garter snake"--an allusion to the endangered San Francisco garter snake that is protected at Mori Point, and which is making...
Sunrise from Battery Spencer
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

0.86 miles round-trip
Battery Spencer Trail is a 0.5 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Sausalito, California that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is accessible year-round.
Golden Gate Bridge at sunrise from Kirby Cove
trail

Length

2.25 miles round-trip
The steep, mile-long trail to the cove begins at the parking area above Battery Spencer on Conzelman Road—eye-level with the Golden Gate Bridge 's towers—and descends through a grove of cypress, eucalyptus, and pine.
Sweeney Ridge
trail

Length

6.70 miles round-trip
A short drive south of San Francisco, Sweeney Ridge Trail offers great views of the coast. The trail is a combination of paved and dirt fire roads, with about 600 feet of elevation gain for a high point of 1,213 feet.
Visitors cross the bridge to Point Bonita Light
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

1.10 miles round-trip
The walk down to Point Bonita Lighthouse is a hallmark Bay Area experience that offers panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge . On the walk down, you'll pass a popular beach for sea lions to catch some sun. Expect moderate to heavy pedestrian traffic and...
Ranger-led hike through Mori Point
trail
Difficulty: Easiest

Length

1.10 miles round-trip
Visit a beautiful part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area in a loop easily accessible by car, bike, and SamTrans bus lines. This area was improved with the help of community volunteers and is a showcase of restored native plants and wildlife habitat.