People tend to check in during these times:
The view is breath-taking. The mosaic stairs is nearby too.
This is my favorite view in the city with 2 different beautiful mosaic tile steps to get there.
Take pictures of the city and don't forget to check out the mosaic stairs on the way down!
Best view in the city. Can be very windy.
Hike the wooden stairs to the top!!
Amazing view of the city. Great work out as well if you take the stairs all the way up from 15th.
One of the coolest chill spots I've ever seen in my life. Amazing 360° views of San Francisco.
Near Aaron and Sarahs
The hardest part of the small hike!
Beautiful view of the ocean, Golden Gate Bridge, Sutro Tower, and half of San Francisco.
Northward view is beautiful.
A perfect spot to propose
Phenomenal view of the city. A bit windy, but definitely worth it on a clear day.
Great night views when there's no fog.
If you are proposing here, there is pretty good chance they will say, "Yes!"
bring a jacket. probably a scarf and hat, too.
Watch out for the skunk who lives on the hill.
breath-taking sunrise and sunset. The climb up here can be breath-taking too, well worth it.
If you can hit this a couple times in a work out.... you rock!
Go the morning after a storm or a good rain. The clear air and stunning view will knock your socks off. Also, be prepared to climb 100+ steps to get to the top.
Best views of sf in the whole city, hands down
I am not tellin, just asking.... I try to pick up broken glass when I am up there... trash etc. Pitch in
Run here shirtless up the stairs to the top, sit on the bench viewing the GGB while everyone stares at you like, 'He must be FREEZING!?!'
Hike the stairs at 15 Ave and Kirkham, then 16th Ave and Moraga, then the wooden ones on the hill to the top of Grand View Park.