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San Francisco Coastal Walking Tours

San Francisco Coastal Walking Tours - San Francisco, California
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$55.00

See the scenic and wild north coast of San Francisco and the Golden Gate in the most memorable way: on foot. These easy-going, half-day walking tours are infused with California history and led by expert local guides along the beautiful, unspoiled coast on the City's edge ... More info ›

See the scenic and wild north coast of San Francisco and the Golden Gate in the most memorable way: on foot. These easy-going, half-day walking tours are infused with California history and led by expert local guides along the beautiful, unspoiled coast on the City's edge. Meander along coastal foot paths and trails to hidden beaches, rocky bluffs and views so naturally stunning you will forget that a major city is directly behind you. Dip your feet in the Pacific and enjoy the fresh salt-air and brisk ocean breezes. Photographers will love the panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay and the high bluffs of the Marin Headlands. Our walking tours will be the best miles you'll ever enjoy on foot!

You'll experience the natural side of San Francisco, where the city meets the sea. We walk on easy coastal trails and footpaths that offer a true escape from the bustling city streets. We have three different tours:
  Our four-hour Bridge to Beach walk begins with a short visit to Fort Point, a Civil War-era military fort located dramatically just under the Golden Gate Bridge. We then climb up to the Golden Gate Bridge Overlook for a unique view of one of the world's greatest landmarks. We follow a high bluff along the Coastal Trail, visiting pocket beaches, to hidden vantage points where you'll enjoy some of the finest views of the Bridge. Reaching nearly mile-long Baker Beach, we take a break for lunch then loop back via a higher trail for panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean and the Marin Headlands. Transportation to starting/ending point are not provided. Bring your own lunch. 
Our Sausalito to Golden Gate Bridge walk starts at the Sausalito ferry landing in the quaint, Mediterranean village of Sausalito. We walk along a stunning waterfront to Fort Baker and Horseshoe Cove before making a gradual ascent to a spectacular overlook just above the Golden Gate Bridge. Photographers will delight in the unique, panoramic views of the Bridge, San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate. Transportation to starting/ending point are not provided. Bring your own lunch. 

Our Lands End walk, also four hours long, heads along the rugged northwestern shore of San Francisco and captures the very best of the Golden Gate's coastal scenery and nature. Starting from the Lands End Visitor Center, we descend to the ruins of Sutro Baths--a turn-of-century swimming palace--then up to Sutro Park for a panoramic view of long and broad Ocean Beach before heading out along woodsy Lands End for a loop walk along the coast, descending to beautiful Mile Rock Beach along the way. Transportation to starting/ending point are not provided. Bring your own lunch.

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Redwoods of Mill Valley and Marin Walking Tour from Sausalito

Redwoods of Mill Valley and Marin Walking Tour from Sausalito - San Francisco, California

Duration: 4 hours
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$55.00

See Marin's world-famous redwoods without the crowds on your easy-going, 3-hour, guided small-group tour. Access the iconic redwood groves of charming Mill Valley on foot and navigate the quiet trails following the fern-lined canyons at the base of Mt ... More info ›

See Marin's world-famous redwoods without the crowds on your easy-going, 3-hour, guided small-group tour. Access the iconic redwood groves of charming Mill Valley on foot and navigate the quiet trails following the fern-lined canyons at the base of Mt. Tamalpais. Experience cathedral-like ancient trees in a primeval creek-side setting and explore the redwood groves for about two hours. The walk begins with a shuttle from the ferry landing in downtown Sausalito (ferry ticket not included) and then a stroll through Mill Valley's historic downtown before heading out into the redwood forests and park-like neighborhoods.

Your tour begins at the Sausalito ferry landing (which you can reach via a 30-minute ferry ride from San Francisco's Ferry Building, at your own expense).

You'll be picked up here and taken to the base of Mt. Tamalpais to walk to a waterfall and back. After a stroll through Mill Valley, head on an easy-going walk to a redwood-forested canyon lined with beautiful homes and walking paths. Your invigorating hike is a wonderful way to see these majestic and ancient trees in a pristine creek-side setting. Your hike captures the natural beauty of Marin and Mt. Tam at its best!

Tour guides are native San Franciscans and local residents with a deep knowledge of the region's natural areas.

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America's Cup Sailing Adventure on San Francisco Bay: Race Day

America's Cup Sailing Adventure on San Francisco Bay: Race Day - San Francisco, California

Duration: 2.5 to 5 hrs
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$180.00

Welcome aboard for a thrilling adventure aboard USA 76, an International America’s Cup Class racing yacht that challenged in 2003 for sporting’s oldest active trophy, the America’s Cup. Feel the adrenaline as we challenge more than 40 other yachts in an organized regatta on San Francisco Bay ... More info ›

Welcome aboard for a thrilling adventure aboard USA 76, an International America’s Cup Class racing yacht that challenged in 2003 for sporting’s oldest active trophy, the America’s Cup. Feel the adrenaline as we challenge more than 40 other yachts in an organized regatta on San Francisco Bay. No experience is necessary. Departing from PIER 39 in San Francisco.

Your trip will begin by checking in at Gate B, Pier 39 fifteen minutes prior to departure (Gate B is located behind the Aquarium of the Bay on the east side of Pier 39 close to The Embarcadero). Upon departure we will introduce the crew, have a safety brief, and share some history about the yacht. Then it is time hoist the sails and head to the start line!

Participation is encouraged! With a mast that reaches 11 stories high, everything is big and powerful. You get to fill active crew roles and will have the opportunity to spin the sail trim controls known as “coffee grinders,” take your turn at the helm, or simply sit back and enjoy the ride on this high-performance America’s Cup racing yacht.

While we are sailing you will enjoy close racing and thrilling action as we jockey for position in the race fleet. We have complimentary water and energy bars available during the sail. There are no restroom facilities aboard this race yacht so we will instruct you where to use the restroom on land before departure.

Our crew enjoys sharing their knowledge about the America’s Cup and sailing on San Francisco Bay so bring lots of questions. If you enjoy your experience, gratuities for the crew are greatly appreciated.

Both your Captain and the yacht are licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard for passenger service. USA 76 is a very stable yacht and sea sickness is never a problem for our guests. USA 76 can accommodate up to 20 guests at a time.

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America's Cup Sailing Adventure on San Francisco Bay: Day Sail

America's Cup Sailing Adventure on San Francisco Bay: Day Sail - San Francisco, California

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$150.00

Welcome aboard for a thrilling 2.5 hour sailing adventure aboard USA 76, an International America’s Cup Class racing yacht that challenged in 2003 for sporting’s oldest active trophy, the America’s Cup. Feel the adrenaline as the yacht powers up and we sail towards the Golden Gate Bridge ... More info ›

Welcome aboard for a thrilling 2.5 hour sailing adventure aboard USA 76, an International America’s Cup Class racing yacht that challenged in 2003 for sporting’s oldest active trophy, the America’s Cup. Feel the adrenaline as the yacht powers up and we sail towards the Golden Gate Bridge. Public trips are conducted multiple days a week, year round, departing from PIER 39 in San Francisco.

Your trip will begin by checking in at Gate B, Pier 39 fifteen minutes prior to departure (Gate B is located behind the Aquarium of the Bay on the east side of Pier 39 close to The Embarcadero). Upon departure we will introduce the crew, have a safety brief, and share some history about the yacht. Then it is time hoist the sails and go yachting!

Participation is encouraged! With a mast that reaches 11 stories high, everything is big and powerful. You get to fill active crew roles and will have the opportunity to spin the sail trim controls known as “coffee grinders,” take your turn at the helm, or simply sit back and enjoy the ride on this high-performance America’s Cup racing yacht.

While we are sailing you will enjoy spectacular views of San Francisco and the surrounding communities. We have complimentary water and energy bars available during the sail. There are no restroom facilities aboard this race yacht so we will instruct you where to use the restroom on land before departure. 

Our crew enjoys sharing their knowledge about the America’s Cup and sailing on San Francisco Bay so bring lots of questions. If you enjoy your experience, gratuities for the crew are greatly appreciated.

Both your Captain and the yacht are licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard for passenger service. USA 76 is a very stable yacht and sea sickness is never a problem for our guests. USA 76 can accommodate up to 20 guests at a time.

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3-Hour Bridge to Beach Private Hike in San Francisco

3-Hour Bridge to Beach Private Hike in San Francisco - San Francisco, California

Duration: 3 hours
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$300.00

Capture the perfect shot of the Golden Gate Bridge from a number of unique angles during this 3-hour private hike. Feel the burn as you hike along the coastal trail with sweeping views of the rugged shoreline ... More info ›

Capture the perfect shot of the Golden Gate Bridge from a number of unique angles during this 3-hour private hike. Feel the burn as you hike along the coastal trail with sweeping views of the rugged shoreline. On this tour, you will walk through one of San Francisco’s most exclusive neighborhoods and learn about the celebrities who reside there. A visit to the site that was once the ‘World’s Largest Indoor Swimming Pool’ will take place. You will take a stroll along Baker Beach, where you will see local fishermen (or perhaps a local naturalist). While at the beach, you will hear the terrible fate of the many ships that sailed too close to shore. And leave your camera at home, professional photos are included.

With your choice of a morning departure or after noon departure, embark on this 3-hour hike through San Francisco's great outdoors. This private hike takes you along the coast of San Francisco from the Golden Gate Bridge to Ocean Beach.

Be sure to wear comfortable shoes or hiking boots, as you’ll be covering some uneven terrain over the roughly 4 miles (6.5 kilometers) trek.

Starting out at the gateway to the bay, you’ll have the chance to explore the Golden Gate Bridge. Hear about the ‘halfway to hell’ club and why you might, or might not have, wanted to be part of this exclusive group of men.

As you make your way south towards Baker Beach, you’ll see examples of how the geology has changed due to the many faults in this part of California. Be aware, you might spot a nudist or two!

You’ll journey through the Sea Cliff neighborhood, filled with multi-million dollars mansions before heading through Lands End towards Sutro Baths, your penultimate stop which was once the largest indoor swimming pool in the world.

This tour is perfect for anyone with a decent level of fitness, wanting to escape the city’s hustle and bustle and get back to nature.

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Coastal Marin Headlands Hike from San Francisco

Coastal Marin Headlands Hike from San Francisco - San Francisco, California
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Duration: 6 hours
Location: San Francisco, California

From USD
$85.00

Hike  along the dramatic coastline of the Marin Headlands, situated at the northern entrance to the Golden Gate. Climb hillside paths with your guide and stop to admire sweeping views of San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge ... More info ›

Hike  along the dramatic coastline of the Marin Headlands, situated at the northern entrance to the Golden Gate. Climb hillside paths with your guide and stop to admire sweeping views of San Francisco Bay and the Golden Gate Bridge. You'll visit the Marine Mammal Center, Rodeo Beach, and Point Bonita on this 6-hour day trip from the city.

Departing any hotel in San Francisco, this 6-hour excursion begins with a scenic drive north across the Golden Gate Bridge. Arriving at the Marin Headlands, embark on foot along the windswept peninsula overlooking San Francisco Bay. Start your hike near Rodeo Beach, part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, and climb up into the hills with your guide.

During a brief visit to the non-profit Marine Mammal Center, learn about the rescue, rehabilitation, and release of injured seals and sea lions. Then cross the beach and head up the other side of the headlands onto nearby ocean cliffs. You’ll end up at Point Bonita, the entrance to the Golden Gate. If the lighthouse is open, make a quick visit.

Be sure to keep your camera on hand for postcard-worthy views, including the Golden Gate Bridge, before the return drive to the city.

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