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LANDS END - 1740 Photos & 422 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.
This place is a magical. If you're lucky you will be able to see the GG bridge but most likely you'll run into fog.
Took the 38 R bus from the Salesforce transit center and many stops later, we arrived at the Land's End visitor's center. Stop in and learn about the history of the area. There are several places to explore including the Sutro Baths and mini hikes through the woods.
We brought a blanket, snacks, and some wine and had a mini picnic on cliff while looking into the ocean. It was pretty foggy but still gorgeous as ever.
It's the kind of place that makes you grateful for mother nature. The kind of place that makes you treasure the precious trails and soak in the vastness of the vistas. It's a place where you breathe the air and bob in and out of the mist and see the sunlight peep through, then grace you with her golden rays. It's the kind of place you go with someone you love, and every time you think about going to the city of food and drink and cultures and tech and traffic, you also think about taking her here to get away. It's the kind of place that connects with your soul and makes you grateful for each year you have on this earth. It reminds you how grateful you are that for each year older you get, you'll never disconnect yourself from nature, your true self, and the beauty that still takes your breath away.
I've been a handful of times now, and it's usually on a trail run. If you get there early enough in the morning, it's surprisingly vacant. As the sun rises, you see more people take to the trails, but I've never had it so crowded I can't take the whole run in stride. The views of the Bay, the Bridge, and open sea are stunning, paired with the smell of the eucalyptus and the occasional bright burst of wildflower along the trail.
Stick to the trail. The cliffs are unforgiving. They're roped off. Don't be dumb. There are a few trails you can access and I usually end up near the Sutro Baths and the Cliff House, though I've gone for extra credit and continued my run down Ocean Beach.
Whether it's ocean views or the sea spray or the flowers or trees or fond memories or wishful futures, this place always makes me think about how grateful I am for places just like this, and for another year to visit here, run, walk, sit, and just be.
Went here on a "PALS"entine's Day hike with my best friend. Him and I didn't know what we were getting into, but boy were we pleasantly surprised. The views were absolutely spectacular. You could see the Golden Gate Bridge clearly from many points.
The hike was not difficult at all. The only thing is my calves are on fire today from all the steps up and back down we had to take on the trail. I loved the scenery and greenery all around me. My friend loved enjoyed himself immensely as well. If I had more time, I would've gone to the different smaller trails and seen where that could have taken me. 10/10 recommend this place for a fun adventure and outdoorsy goodness!
LandsEnd is so beautiful. I don't get out to the beach super often (what kind of Californian am I, right?), but visiting LandsEnd makes me want to change that. It's just so peaceful and such an amazing view. I'm guessing it can probably get pretty chilly as there was quite a bit of wind, but it's perfect this time of year.
A quiet nature getaway on the northwest corner of SF. I've been here a few times so far and it's never been too crowded or busy, it's a great spot to escape the city and be at the ocean! It takes about an hour or hour and a half to walk from one end to the other, but it can take more time if you stop to enjoy the view, take some breaks and even take some detours. It's really beautiful for sunset and definitely a great spot to go on a date. You can consider it a hike as well as most of it is unpaved and there are some decent inclines and declines! I really enjoy this spot and will definitely suggest people to visit who live in the city and haven't been here before! Not too many tourists either so it's pretty great!
What a gem of SF! So happy it's been this well-preserved despite the sweeping changes across the city within the past decade. The best time of day to go is as early in the morning as possible- the fewer tourists and other hikers there'll be, and you'll get the maximum amount of fog. Otherwise most of the area is covered and the exposed sunny areas can be pretty unforgiving in the summer heat.
There are lots of interesting remnants- the spiral rock maze being one of the most amazing ones considering the stones aren't actually that big and yet it has weathered many storms. Be warned the stairs area is one of the more strenuous places within LandsEnd- well worth the burn!
LandsEnd is beautiful! That being said, the crowds follow views/sights - especially at sunset. Don't let that stop you from going and watching the sun set over the Pacific Ocean and the Sutro Baths. There are different dirt paths to walk around on, maybe bring closed toe shoes for that. There's even a little store/cafe to purchase snacks, coffee, hot coco, etc which proved to be helpful with my hungry boyfriend.
Surprisingly my first time here, despite almost always coming to Sutro every time I'm in the city! This is a fairly easy hike, until you want to get to the labyrinth area... expect some clambering unless you want to take the long way around! There's also a nice beach towards the bottom, with large rocks to climb on or old graffitied ruins to check out.
I will say, though, if you can't handle going up a ton of stairs, don't go down them! Or pack water and give yourself a comfortable amount of time (saw a poor couple saying that they planned 30 mins for this excursion)
Also, plenty of pups to pet too!! Super fun hike and great views at every turn.