San Francisco is a golden handcuff with the key thrown away. (John Steinbeck)
WHERE THE CITY TRULY BECOMES YOUR PLAYGROUND!
Join Urban OutFit on a scenic hike through hidden 'hoods and a hipster's paradise. From neighborhood slides to the Facebook mansion, this hike has a bit of everything. See the spot where the burrito as we know it was born, get lost in the colorful swirls of Mission-famous street art, and fall in love with the charm of Noe Valley's "village" like streets. Top it all off with the natural beauty of Glen Canyon's green terrain, and you've got yourself a hike that goes beyond any sense of "typical" urban landscape.
9 miles (6 miles with short-cuts)
A 70 acre canyon in the heart of SF, a rope swing that launches you over the skyline, a fire hydrant that saved SF from the 1906 fire, the oldest building in SF, baby owls, salted-caramel ice cream, the steepest (drivable) street…and as always, much much more.
Glen Park, Diamond Heights, Vista Del Monte, Noe Valley, Dolores Heights, Eureka Valley, The Castro, Duboce Triangle, Mission Dolores, Valencia/Mission District, Liberty Hill, Baja Noe
OUR FAVORITE LUNCH OPTIONS:
1) Tyger's. 2) La Corneta. 3) Le P'tit Laurent. (lunch not included with hike)
8 Hidden Parks
Swing over the city skyline
Glen Canyon Park (Baby Owls)
Valencia & 24th Shopping Districts
The only existing meadow in SF
4 shopping districts
Mission Dolores (oldest building in SF) & Cemetry
Liberty Hill & Zuckerberg's SF home
Dolores Heights views and mansions
Hipsters and Gentrification
Seward Luge Slides
The birthplace of the Burrito (as we know it)
SF's steepest street (31.5% grade)
Incredible views & vistas (bring a camera)
RESERVE YOUR SPOT
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