Vigorous Free Guided Hiking Tour of Glen Canyon | SF
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Glen Canyon Park | Bosworth St. and O’Shaughnessy St., San Francisco, CA
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SF City Guides: Rare Neighborhood Walking Tours Month | May 2019
San Francisco City Guides offers dozens of free guided walking tours, all over the city, throughout the year.
During the months of May and October, when the San Francisco weather is particularly pleasant, City Guides adds a series of neighborhood explorations to its year round tour schedule.
Each San Francisco neighborhood has a distinct architecture, history, and personality that deserve in-depth exploration. Go off the beaten path and discover the colorful characters, beautiful vistas, and charming architectural treasures that can be found in communities like the Inner Richmond, Visitacion Valley, or the Tenderloin.
Join for a walk along the streets, sidewalks and by-ways of one of the most beautiful and fascinating cities in the world.
Sunday, May 18, 2014
Hike in Glen Canyon Park | SF City Guides: Rare Neighborhood Walking Tours Month | May 2019
Explore a hidden gem in plain site, by uncovering what happened and didn’t happen in the colorful history of Glen Canyon Park.
Wear sturdy shoe and be able to crouch down to go under the willow branches. Terrain is uneven and can be slippery when wet. There is Poison Oak in the canyon. Please note, this is considered a vigorous hike.
Meet at the park entrance on Elk Street near the end of Chenery Street.
Limited to 15 hikers; rain cancels. Transportation via BART or bus #44, 52, 23, or 36
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