9 Most Beautiful Walks to Take in San Francisco

Rasshmie Salunkhay Aug 12, 2019
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Burn your calories walking up the hills or buck up for an urban street adventure. San Francisco is blessed with alluring and culturally distinct neighborhoods, which are downright walk-able.

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A steep stroll towards the Golden Gate Bridge, (among the world's longest suspension spans), will overwhelm you with scenic vistas of San Francisco Bay.
Get amazed at the mesmerizing Strawberry Hill, that has two bridges, the Rustic Bridge and the Roman Bridge, providing access to the trails leading to the peak.

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Experience a recreational bout while rambling around the paved footpaths of Ocean Beach, Great Highway.
Get the most awe-striking views of San Francisco's skyline while stepping down from the Lyon Street Steps.
Adore this curvy paved pathway at Presidio, aligned with enchanting tall trees. It was used by the Spanish soldiers to meet their lovers, hence the name, Lover's Lane.

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The crookedest street in the world, Lombard Street makes for an iconic walk, with 8 hairpin turns and gorgeous plantations throughout the borders of the street.
A subtle hike at Bernal Heights Park, one of San Francisco's rare natural refuges, will get you close to nature with staggering vistas and beautiful wildlife.

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Crissy Field Walk to Fort Point is acclaimed as one of the most scenic walks of San Francisco's skyline. You get the perfect panorama of the Pacific waters, too.
Encounter chirpy cafes and gorgeous boutiques, while walking on the esplanade towards Dolores Park.