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Lands End Trail San Francisco, CA 94121
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Gabriel DeRita
reviewed 6 months ago
Amazing and mostly hidden spot! The trail down has some lovely cypress tree trunks growing over it that make it feel like you're in the Hobbit or something, and the adventurous will be generously rewarded for making the trek over all those stairs. A little stone outcropping holds the labyrinth, and the view of the headlands and Golden Gate Bridge are stunning. Down below is mile rock beach, which is one of the few beaches in SF where you might encounter solitude. There is a fire pit too and you can make a night of it without expecting much company from the cops or anyone else!
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Jim Barcelona
reviewed 9 months ago
This is a pretty epic place to go. You walk downhill from the Legion of Honor or after a hike a little less than a mile from the Sutro Baths parking lot. There are stones set up like a labyrinth. The sunsets are pretty cool from here and there are lots of rocks that the waves crash on.
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Florian Salbrechter
reviewed 6 months ago
Watch the sunrise there !
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Anh Nguyen
reviewed 4 months ago
If you could make it over here before sunset, then you’re in for a beautiful sight. Ocean Beach is located on the west side of San Francisco. If you’re adventurous, you could rent surfboards from nearby surf shops. If you hike up north, along Lands End Trail, you’ll pass by Sutro Bath House and eventually, end up at Eagle Point Labyrinth. This is a secluded area with a Zen-like atmosphere. Walk around the labyrinth as you clear your mind and once you’ve reached the center, take something from the pile while leave something behind. It’s good karma. From the top of Eagle Point, you have a wonderful view of the Pacific Ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge.
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Michael Cuadra
reviewed a year ago
The trail out to the point can be precarious, specially for those with height issues (watch those cliffs!), but the views are definitely worth it! You can see Baker Beach and the Golden Gate Bridge to the east, the Marin Headlands, Mount Tamalpias, and Point Bonita to the North, and (on a clear day) Muir Beach, Bolinas, Point Reyes, and even the Farralon Islands!
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Jeff Yuen
reviewed 3 months ago