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Twin Peaks Summit (South/Noe Peak)
Twin Peaks Summit (North/Eureka Peak)
Lands End Lookout
22 Merrie Way (at Point Lobos Ave)
"One of the must see spots in SF. Super romantic. Nice easy hike."
Golden Gate Heights Mosaic Stairway
Moraga St (btw 15th Ave & 16th Ave)
"An off the beaten spot in the Inner Sunset neighborhood. You’ll find handmade animals, birds, flowers & fish themed tiles on the mosaic steps. Great panoramic views up-top. Greenery lines both sides."
Hamon Education Tower Observation Deck
50 Hagiwara Tea Garden Dr (at the de Young Museum)
"A must for tourists and locals alike! Free if you are just going to the observation deck. Great view 360 degrees. They have a map so you can show your out-of-town guests the city in context"
Golden Gate Park
501 Stanyan St (btwn Fulton St & Lincoln Way)
"Incredibly well kept park, especially in view of San Francisco's often shabby public cleaning standards. A lovely park to take in some culture or go for a long stroll or bike ride."
Lombard St (btwn Hyde & Leavenworth St)
"A pretty unique street ! Amazing View !!"
Steiner St (btwn Fulton & Hayes St)
"Check out the East half of the park for a great view of the Painted Ladies/downtown & the West half for a beautiful sunset! Then go back to the other side for a beautiful view of downtown at night!"
101 places to see in San Francisco before you die
Created by Victor Garrido101 items • 642 followers
San Francisco's Best Great Outdoors - 2012
Created by Best of Foursquare10 items • 392 followers
Top Date Spots
Created by Tristan59 items • 236 followers
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