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LANDS END - 1750 Photos & 424 Reviews - Parks - Seal Rock Dr & El Camino Del Mar, San Francisco, CA
I'm trying to plan a visit with my 3 yr old (walking) and 1.5 yr old (carrier). I was recommended to not bring the stroller since certain terrains have stairs. Can i make the 1.5 mile hike? Do any of your younger children like it?
You can definitely make the hike, it just might be a little more challenging with the small children! Definitely doable though.
I absolutely loved Land's End! The views are spectacular and the hike towards Golden Gate was fantastic. I did not expect to find such untouched areas in a city. The park and beach were extremely clean. Parking was a bit of a head ache but once you get it, it's yours all day. I would definitely go again!
This may be my favorite place in SF. So beautiful, and so peaceful. There's a great hiking trail that will take you north about a mile and half. If you go a bit further, you can get to China Beach or Baker Beach.
LandsEnd is also located right next to Ocean Beach (neighboring to the south), and is accessible via the light rail muni or the bus. It isn't always sunny and warm in this part of the city, but when it is, it doesn't get any better. Great views of the ocean, and interesting scenery all around. Also, great trails to wander about. There are also a few good restaurants nearby, although I usually pack a lunch when I head out there. Well worth the trek!
We went here around 2pm on Thanksgiving Day and there was plenty of parking. We wanted to go check out the Land's End Labyrinth, but we were unsuccessful at finding it.
However, we were able to go to Mile Rock Beach, which had a great view of the ocean and the pretty rock formations from people stacking rocks on top of each other. There was plenty of views of the Golden Gate Bridge, and you get a lot of exercise from the hiking on the trails and the stairs you have to climb.
Our goal of finding the Labyrinth was unsuccessful as we found or way walking from one end of Land's End to the other and ended up in the residential area while we walked through the Land's End Trail. As we tried to walk back to our car, we tried to go on a different path, void of people, and ended up roaming around the golf course. Luckily, we were able to find our way back to the trail with people, but our day was spent...
Would I go back? A definite YES. Now for a rematch so we can finally find the Labyrinth!
Rating: 5 stars - great hiking, views, and plenty of exercise
Awesome and beautiful hike down to see where land meets the ocean. It took my family of 5 (33, 29, 13 ,9, and 8) about 30 min to get down to the ocean. It is quite a trek down so anyone with bad knees or legs on general i would advise to find an alternate route. I wish we would've had more time to admire what we saw but the sunset was enough to keep me happy. I would love to go back.
Fun place to visit and go on a small easy hike if you so desire. There are a few beginner trails that lead to benches with scenic lookouts of the golden gate. Fun to watch bridges and wildlife here. Fun free thing to do while in the city. I included a few educational signs along the route
It was a marvelous, sunny and a bit windy day to walk along the Land's End trail!
Not only was it fulfilling, I felt like I was on an adventure or exploring along the way. There were a few diversions from the main path and I encourage you to take those multiple paths because it was quite nice on not knowing what you may possibly encounter. Plus, you're not going to get lost. It's simply a leisurely trail where you can enjoy the view of the ocean, Golden Gate Bridge and the greenness of nature.
Go on a scavenger's hunt to seek the labyrinth, Sutros Bath and a cave! There is a paved, clean middle path that use to be where the railroad tracks were back in the days!
Reason for visit: Adventures! Visit date: January 2, 2015 First time? Yes.
This is a wonderful place to hike, explore, and spend time outdoors. Best part - you can't get lost because most of the trails are loops, and there are plenty of signs and maps around. It's a bit touristy, but locals also love it here. There are lots of places to stop for photos and enjoy the crashing ocean waters. Wear layers - it's always chilly. Nearby - the Sutro Baths. You can explore both in a couple of hours.
Parking is lot and street and relatively easy, even on this holiday weekend.
Incredible - it's very close to the Baths. So would recommend doing all of the hiking together! The hiking trail is easy and pretty flat - so it's perfect for morning jogs too. You do get a decent view of the Golden Gate if it's not too foggy. The only downside is how many people there are at LandsEnd.