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Parks und Natur in San Francisco

Erstklassige Parks

Park
“What to say? One of the great parks of the United States. Just head down the hill to Kezar Stadium (at the very bottom of Willard Street) and you'll see the GGP right beyond it (walk around Kezar to the west to enter the park). You can also enter on Stanyan and Haight (and at many other points). Enjoy the Academy of Sciences, de Young Museum, Japanese Tea Garden, Stow Lake, the Conservatory of Flowers (great night time light shows in the summer and winter) and many, many other features of the park.”
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Park
“When the weather is nice, you can barely see the grass due to the throngs of people lounging around. Luckily, the park was recently renovated and is big enough that you're bound to find a spot you like. The southwest corner is good for a panoramic view of the city skyline (and usually far enough away from the folks enjoying their herbal refreshments on the northern slope). There's also a nice kid's playground, although it's geared more towards older kids.”
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Park
“This is one my favorite areas to bike to, or have a picnic at. Spending a few hours by the beach, watching people outside, dogs running by and people exercising while taking in the views of the bay. Get there around noon and relax for a couple hours before making your way to lunch.”
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Park
“This is another park with great city views, perfect to watch the sunset and take in the landscape that surrounds bernal hill. There is a swing that makes for great pictures! However, remember to dress in layers cause it tends to get chilly as the sun goes down.”
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Park
“Presidio National park is a must see destination in San Francisco. Great for outdoor walks, hike, running and doing picnics ”
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Historische Stätte
“Pick up take away and have a picnic walking distance from the unit in Alamo Square Park! ”
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Garten
“The sweetest garden in San Francisco is just a 10 minute walk away - quiet waters, quaint bridges and pagodas, and zen pebble gardens wait, with an option to have tea at the small cafe as well.”
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Garten
“The Conservatory of Flowers is a gigantic greenhouse of exotic plants in Golden Gate Park. It was built in 1878 and survived the 1906 Earthquake. After being damaged by storms in 1996, the Conservatory was taken apart piece by piece and restored using old growth redwood that had fallen or had been left behind by loggers. With a Hall of Flowers inside, stunning green ramparts of flowers and grass outside, and a Dahlia garden that will take your breath away when in season, the Conservatory is a favorite place for San Franciscans to picnic and enjoy the sun.”
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Spielplätze

Park
“• 4 hour roundtrip, 20 minute walk from home - Nearby park with incredible views of SF - Walk through Haight Ashbury and pick up a drink/snack on the way there or back - Make sure to get to the very top to catch a 360 view of SF”
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Playground
“Great playground in a very fun San Francsico park, adjacent to the Mission, a reliably sunny and fun neighborhood with great cafes, shopping and dining.”
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Park
“My favorite park in the city, enjoy the amazing views like taking a run or having lunch ”
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Park
“Just a nice park for sunny days. Lots of young people hanging out. Sometimes they have movies on at night!”
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Park
“A hidden gem. Peaceful and sunny, this park is perfect to read a book, take your kid to play or just relax for a little before heading to the top of the Bernal Heights Park. ”
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Park
“There are basketball courts and paths to walk, this park connects our neighborhood to golden gate park. To the left is the upper Haight. It's also the best bike path to golden gate park and the inner sunset.”
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Park
“This small park is the heart of the Hayes Valley neighborhood. Something is always happening here, and it make a perfect break from one of the best shopping streets in the city.”
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Park
“The Duboce Park/Noe St. MUNI Metro stop is 5 minutes walk. Get on ($2.75/2 hours) and go east and you can be downtown in a matter of minutes. Go west to the end of the line and voila! You're at ocean Beach (in a matter of a bunch more minutes) and on the way you can stop and explore the Inner Sunset neighborhood (Irving/9th) with it's interesting shops and restaurants, (and direct access down 9th Ave to Golden Gate Park) and the island of hipness (and Outerlands Restaurant, Trouble Cafe, Java Beach, Mollusk Surf Shop and Art Gallery) at the far west end of town. ”
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Geführte Wanderungen

Strände

Surf Spot
“People don't usually think of going to the beach while visiting San Francisco, but incredible on a sunny, warm day. Some of the coolest new cafes, restaurants and bars are a few blocks walk/ride from the beach. Check the temp and the winds before coming out.”
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Beach
“Great place for viewing the Golden Gate Bridge! It is quiet and usually not crowded. ”
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Beach
“10 minute walk through beautiful Seacliff neighborhood, romantic place to watch the sunset ”
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Beach
“leave your inhibitions and swimsuit at home. If you're not familiar with the Pacific Ocean in SF - only the daring swim it unless it's 100 degrees F outside. The water is bitterly cold! This is predominantly a gay beach, but welcoming of everyone. It's a hike to get down there. At the foot of the stairs there's a small uncrowded beach. Keep going around the big rocks and you'll likely see some things you've never seen before. Keep going til the very end (tide dependent) until the security guard yells at you for going too far and you'll be standing RIGHT under the Golden Gate Bridge - one of the coolest, least-photographed views of the bridge is from right here. ”
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Beach
“Near Land's End there is a Giant Camera Obscura. It takes 6 minutes to see the entire rotation including views of Seal Rock, the Cliff House, the Great Highway, Sutro Cliffs, and Ocean Beach. ”
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Motel
“The most expansive omelette menu I've seen. Plus a view of Cliff House and Sutro Baths.”
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Board Shop
“It’s a real surf shop. We don't have sandals or branded t-shirts. We just carry the necessities to go surfing in San Francisco. The surf here is pretty different than places like Southern California, so people may find their equipment doesn’t work quite as well here. Our gear is a little more Ocean Beach-specific. We do retail sales, but making custom surfboards is definitely the core of our business. We also do private one-on-one lessons, where you can learn to make your own board. And there's a big window into the shaping room from the retail part of the store, so you can just come and watch what's going on.”
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Surf Spot
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Surfunterricht

Wanderwege

Wanderweg
“Beautiful (and easy) hiking trail overlooking the Golden Gate Bridge. Pick a sunny day for the views although I also love the misty fog or as we call him, Karl the Fog! He even has his own instagram @KarlTheFog ”
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Historische Stätte
“Go to Sutro Baths first and then just take the path to the right into the trees and that will take you to Land’s End. I suggest this first because it is just such a beautiful way to take in the west coast of San Francisco. Standing above Sutro Baths, ruins of ancient baths, to the left is the expanse of Ocean Beach and to the right is a grove of trees that hide a great view of the Golden Gate Bridge. To walk all the way to the stone labyrinth, I think it’s something like 1.5ish miles round trip and it’s also a great path for jogging.”
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Park
“Beautiful park adjacent to the unit. It is amazing to have hiking trails and tennis courts right outside of the door. ”
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Wanderweg
“Great scenic hikes lead to the area where hangliders take off. Lots of dogs running around.”
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Park
“Intimate spot with flower-lined paths & rocky outcroppings offering fantastic views of the city and the bay.”
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Wanderweg
“Go to Sutro Baths first and then just take the path to the right into the trees and that will take you to Land’s End. I suggest this first because it is just such a beautiful way to take in the west coast of San Francisco. Standing above Sutro Baths, ruins of ancient baths, to the left is the expanse of Ocean Beach and to the right is a grove of trees that hide a great view of the Golden Gate Bridge. To walk all the way to the stone labyrinth, I think it’s something like 1.5ish miles round trip and it’s also a great path for jogging.”
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Park
“Enjoy this secluded and little known place to hike. This is the hill you see front our front yard. It's the highest point in SF and the views and out of this world! Just ask us for the best way to walk up the mountain!”
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Malerischer Ausblick
“Take a nice run up and down Lyon steps at the top of Pacific Heights. Look at spectacular views from the top and iconic Pacific Heights homes. ”
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Segelunterricht

Spaziergänge in der Natur

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