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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.
Try and see the devil's teeth islands in the distance if you can. They are pretty far out, not just cause they're off of SanFrancisco... There is a visitor center here. And places to walk around, steep steps. Pretty Monterey Cypress trees. There's an nps visitor center, I could've maybegotten a stamp in my passport book but I didn't have it with me. Oh well. I will just have to return.
Are you looking for a place for a quick run, a place for an outdoor date, a place to have a picnic, or a place with a perfect view of the Golden Gate Bridge? Look no further, LandsEnd is ideal for all of these.
As you start your journey on this costal trail, there are benches only in the beginning. This stroll in the park is full of winding turns with each turn there are stunning views of the Pacifc coast and the Gold Gate Bridge. Along the way you'll see the Labyrinth. You can stop there or go all the way down to Mile Rock Beach. There you'll see many rocks piled up giving this beach an artistic touch.
LandsEnd is one of my favorite places to go to for a run.
Btw this trail is not ideal for bike rides. There are parts of the trail that have sand and your tires will surely sink in them.
Okay I'm not the biggest New Age music fan *cough* *cough*, but something about Enya that touches my lover's heart. I mean c'mon now...
"Who can say where the road goes Where the day flows, only time And who can say if your love grows As your heart chose, only time..."
And there's a place in SanFrancisco that I can listen & hum all the Enya I want! LandsEnd is a special place, that many sometimes overlook, a place you can find solitude and peace in a busy day, and sometimes a crazy metropolitan city. I've been here before, but had to rediscover the beauty of it.
LandsEnd is pretty much a hiking trail that is located in a huge city. A hiking trail that leads to other hiking trails. There's really no "End" in site if you keep on going. Along the way take in the stunning sights of the Pacific, the North Coast, and of course the iconic Golden Gate Bridge.
"Who can say why your heart sighs As your love flies, only time And who can say why your heart cries When your love lies, only time..."
I highly recommend LandsEnd. There's several starting points, so I won't confuse you, but I started from the Cliff House side and followed the signs after the Sutro Baths. Of course since it's part of the Golden Gate National Recreation Parks it's free to the public - no one can beat FREE! You'll see signs explaining how LandsEnd was once home to the Yelamu Ohlone tribe who thrived here well before Spanish settlement began in 1776. A century later Adolf Sutro built the rails for the passenger steam train. Today, if you're lucky you can see coastal wildlife, or luckier witness the whales that sometimes enter the Bay. Walk the Labyrinth, too!
In the end, it's a place for all to enjoy. Go solo or with the family. A place for casual hikers to the more experienced to enjoy! It's really up to you on difficulty level. You can turn around after the first lookout point of Golden Gate Bridge, or simply go on and on the trail that leads to other trails. Alas, so maybe I can't live happily ever after necking Enya in her medieval castle on the rolling hills of Ireland, but it's a'right I can always find inner peace, or as I say "my inner Enya";), at wonderful LandsEnd. Next up... Orinoco Flow... til next time...
"Who can say if your love grows As your heart chose Only time And who can say where the road goes Where the day flows, only time Who knows? Only time..."
I took a friend of mine here as a sorry-I-missed-your-birthday-trip-to-Muir-Woods-for-a-job-interview makeup outing for a sunset picnic, and LandsEnd did not disappoint!
Neither of us had ever been before, but I'd read online that LandsEnd had some of the best sunset views in the Bay. We arrived around 45 minutes before sunset (free parking! amazing) and meandered our way down through the golf course down toward the water, and set up our picnic once we arrived. Over the next half an hour, we were treated to an amazing sunset (seriously, probably one of the top 5 sunsets I've ever seen, check out the photos and decide for yourself) with the Golden Gate Bridge haloed in purple behind us and rolling oranges and pinks before us. We waited until the sun had almost fully set before heading back up to the parking lot, which was a little difficult but not horrible to do in the fading light.
tl;dr: on a day with no fog, I'm not sure this sunset view can be beaten.
Great place to get a good view of the sunset and of the Golden Gate Bridge. Looking out into the Pacific Ocean, Sutro Baths, another name for this place brings a relaxing, scenic vibe that will leave you in awe.
There are a few hiking trails available which are all dog friendly, so don't forget to bring your furry friends. There are also steps that lead to a beach further down the trail and a labyrinth that allows a great view of the Golden Gate Bridge.
It can get cold here as the ocean's cold breeze will smack you with great force, bringing goosebumps to your skin, so dress warm!
Parking can get a little out of hand, especially if there are a lot of tourists at that time of day, so be prepared to drive around to look for parking.
Yay! Today I finally found the Labyrinth! Haha thanks to my sweetie. :)
LandsEnd is a great hiking area with several different trails. You can start at any given area whether it's at Sutro Baths or etc. We saw some cute doggies along the way so it's definitely pet-friendly. I took my Moki here once, but I just kept holding her during most of the hike. Haha.. cause I'm way too protective of my baby.
Definitely a great place to get a nice little workout. :)
Adventure time!!!! What a beautiful hiking trail that offers so many beautiful views of the ocean and nature. I have to say I was in "awe" when I saw the view of the water while I was getting my hike on with my fiancé. It was really hot but the cold breezes is what kept me going because it felt amazing. The trail was pretty short about an hour max. If you're looking to check this place out or go on a causal short walk then this is your place. I wouldn't recommend this place to anyone who wants to go on a longer and more intense hike.