Hiking

Two Perfect Days at the Marin Headlands

We get it: planning a getaway is tough. Vacations get jam-packed with must-see cities and must-do check lists, and every-day life gets so busy it can be hard to remember to slow down for a few days. But sometimes we all need a little time to surround ourselves with trees instead of skyscrapers, to seclude ourselves and recharge. 

Four San Francisco Hills You'll Actually Want to Climb

Living in San Francisco, we hear it all the time: good-natured ribbing about the nearly 50 hills this city's built on; griping about the hamstrings of steel one has to develop to get around SF on foot; literal huffing and puffing at the top of Lombard or Fillmore Street. As much as the hills are an iconic part of our fair city, after a while, it can be tempting to swear off any walking route that takes you up an incline.

Hiking SF Bay Area National Parks

It’s summer in the San Francisco Bay Area! OK, not really. But it sure feels like it these days. The famously foggy City by the Bay and its surrounding areas can get downright chilly during the real summer months. But many of our late-autumn and early-winter days bring the kind of sunshine and clear skies that just make you want to get outdoors. Luckily, the Bay Area has thousands of acres of National Parks to help you do just that.

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