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Hike the Lands End Trail

San Francisco / Lands End Trail

The Lands End Trail is a fairly easy 3 mile hike along the coastline of SF. The highlights of the trail include access to China Beach, views of the Sutro Baths and the Golden Gate.

Julien Bacal
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Clifftop Camping & Hot Springs in Big Sur

San Francisco / Kirk Creek Campground

Campsite: There is nothing quite like driving or biking along US-1, the Pacific Coast Highway.

George Miller
1339 Saves

Explore the Presidio's Hidden Treasures

San Francisco / The Wood Line by Andy Goldsworthy

Tucked into a corner of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area is the Presidio, a beautiful little oasis of forests, beaches, and sweeping views that locals love.

Lisa Dutton
1275 Saves

Hike the Redwood Regional Park Loop

San Francisco / Skyline Gate Staging Area

Tucked away in the hills of Oakland, you will find one of the homes of California's Coastal Redwoods.

Gaby Colletta
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Climb and Hike in the Garden of the Gods

Colorado / Palmer Trail, Colorado Springs, CO 80904, USA

If you are new to the area a stop by the visitor center can helpful to get a map of the trails and roads in the area as well as obtaining a climbing permit (one is needed to climb and is free).

Eric Schuette
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Hike the Wildwood Trail

Oregon / Wildwood Trailhead

Take the train to Washington Park and hike through the arboretum. This will bypass a few miles of Wildwood Trail, but you won't miss much.

Spud Groshong
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Secret Stairs Astro Loop

Los Angeles / Astro Diner

I learned about these remnants of Los Angeles history, just a few months ago. When I found myself in L.A. this past month, I decided to find some of these stairs, and find out what they’re all about.

Mike Hathenbruck
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Run the Coit Tower Stairs

San Francisco / Greenwich Stairs

There are 2 sets of stairs for Coit Tower on Sansome St. The first set is at Greenwich and the second is at Filbert. The Filbert steps are a little deeper per step and are mostly wood and concrete.

Samantha Lupinetti
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