Great views from a different vantage point. Views of the ocean. Views of the Golden Gate Bridge. Hidden gem.
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Excellent location for a scenic walk. A must for all photo enthusiasts. A lot of history and surrounded by excellent cafes.
We love lands end, but cut short our visit after noticing the broken glass on the ground from all the car break-ins in the immediate area. A Beautiful place is being ruined because of lack proper security and prosecution of those stealing from cars. Take...More
Great picture area. The Sutro Bath history can't be missed. Can't even believe a structure like that was even there. Very cool history, nice views, and a great little hike if you are so inclined.
the coastal trail from lands end lookout to mile rock beach is very scenic. added bonus were the numerous whales in the bay. the labryinth ia a cool place with wonderful backdrop of golden gate bridge. the trail is mostly flat but the path to...More
We had a little time so after brunch so thought we hike here. Very busy on the weekends, hard to get a park, but persistence paid off. Wonderful views of Golden Gate bridge through the fog and a labyrinth made of stone. A trip down...More
On the western side of San Francisco, this is a lovely stop with gorgeous views of the ocean. There are some places to walk around, although it's probably more of a 1-2 hour visit than longer. Nice gift shop.
I recommend spending a few hours at Land’s End if your schedule allows. Land’s End is a beautiful natural place. It’s interesting to learn about the history of the Sutro Baths and to walk around the area. (Bring a warm jacket!) The Cliff House is...More
I've never been to this part of SF before. A gorgeous view of the ocean and an interesting history with remains of an amusement park/baths that used to be on the site long ago!
We did Lands End on our last day in the city and we LOVED it! In comparison to the crowds at the Wharf, this place was a dream. The hike was lovely and not strenuous. There is a steep part with stairs, but take it...More