Golden Gate
National
Recreation Area

The Golden Gate National Recreation Area (GGNRA) is a U.S. National Recreation Area protecting 82,027 acres (33,195 ha) of ecologically and historically significant landscapes surrounding the San Francisco Bay Area. Much of the park is land formerly used by the United States Army. GGNRA is managed by the National Park Service and is one of the most visited units of the National Park system in the …
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This immensely scenic loop hike runs along steep coastal bluffs with Mt. Tam's b…
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This is one of the most enjoyable hikes in the Marin Headlands, featuring specta…
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Explore a WWII-Era Radar Installation
Hill 88 is a great dog-friendly hike packed with relics of a once-heavily-fortified bay in the World War II days. The popular loop in the Marin Headlands and Golden Gate National Recreation Area takes roughly 2½ hours to complete is about 5.7 miles with about 1,000 feet of elevation gain. Old…
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Golden Gate National Recreation Area, California - collection of historical and …
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This enjoyable loop climbs to a wide-open grassy ridge with nice views of rollin…
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The view from Mt. Livermore is hands-down on of the best in the Bay Area. San Fr…
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The section of the Coastal Trail between Wolf Ridge and Rodeo Beach is one of th…
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The Barnabe Peak Loop is arguably the best outing in Samuel P. Taylor State Park…
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Tomales Bay State Park - two sections of the shoreline along Tomales Bay at the …
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Barnabe Fire Road climbs steeply up a sunny, grass-covered ridge on the south si…
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Samuel P. Taylor's only old-growth trail is a short, easy walk. It climbs a hill…
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