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Presidio of San Francisco

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There are two trails I like to run on from Arguello Gate: the Upper Ecology Lovers’ Trail to the Presidio Promenade and back, which is three miles and pretty moderate. The Lower Ecology Lovers’ Trail to the Batteries to the Bluffs Trail and to the Bay Area Ridge Trail covers the majority of the Presidio and is roughly 6.5 miles. It is a bit more advanced. Along the Mountain Lake Park Trail, which is to the left of the Arguello Gate, there are parcourse stations that include a chin-up bar and a balance beam. Each section comes with instructions on the workout; there are 15 stations total along the Mountain Lake Park Trail.
Allison
Allison
November 4, 2016

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Maxwell
Maxwell
February 5, 2020
@ Andy Goldsworthy Art @ One of my favorite hidden gems in San Francisco is the artwork by Andy Goldsworthy Art in the Presidio. Goldsworthy is a British artist that uses the surrounding environment to craft his art. He uses sticks, mud, leaves, and other items for his pieces. He currently has…
Kay
Kay
March 7, 2020
THE PRESIDIO: The Lyon Street Steps also are right next to our beautiful park, “The Presidio”. You can walk there, or catch the #43 “Masonic” bus on Masonic Street, right at the entrance to the park. It will take you into the Presidio. They have a big picnic day there on Sundays with lots of…
Linda
Linda
February 28, 2020
Great walks. Try to find the Yoda fountain (by the Lucasfilm offices!).
Andrew & Kirsten
Andrew & Kirsten
January 9, 2020
There's lots of sightseeing and hiking in the Presidio The Presidio, a 1,500-acre park on a former military post, is a major outdoor recreation hub. It has forested areas, miles of trails, a golf course and scenic overlooks. Other highlights include grassy Crissy Field with Golden Gate Bridge…
Gaurav
Gaurav
January 1, 2020
• 4-6 hour roundtrip, 4-5 miles from home - Enormous wooded park area and beach connected to Golden Gate Bridge - Take a romantic walk down Lover's Lane

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Presidio