Headlands Ride to Point Bonita Lighthouse

San Francisco Marin Headlands

Added by Matt Moser

You can ride to the headlands from the cityThere's both amazing cycling and mountain biking trailsYou can ride down to rodeo cove and spend a day at the beach

The Headlands are a quick ride over the Golden Gate. On the ride, you'll see wildflowers, rugged coastline, and the Point Bonita Lighthouse. Once you cross the bridge, take Conzelman Rd up ~700 feet to Hawk Hill. From here, continue on to the lighthouse. On the return trip, head back on Conzelman until it meets up with Coastal Trail. Head northeast on Coastal Trail until it rejoins Conzelman Rd.

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over 1 year ago

This is such a ride! Conzelman Rd is a tough climb, but the ride down (its a one way)is breathtaking and super fun! I took Bunker road back and its super mellow. Only takes a few hours (including stops to check out the views!)

over 1 year ago

almost 2 years ago

Hours: Monday 12:30 – 3:30 pm Tuesday Closed Wednesday Closed Thursday Closed Friday Closed Saturday 12:30 – 3:30 pm Sunday 12:30 – 3:30 pm

almost 2 years ago

almost 2 years ago

Did it on a bike, exhilarating and fun

almost 2 years ago

about 2 years ago

Loved this hike. Fantastic views!

about 2 years ago

over 2 years ago


over 2 years ago

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