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Lands End, San Francisco, California

 
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Distance from city center: 11mi
Myguytrip's pictureby Myguytrip Sightseeing travel tip
added on the 13th of April, 2011
Lands End is a true San Francisco Gem. One of the beautiful trails hidden within the city. Follow this trail to the end, and take in spectacular views of the Golden Gate Bridge, and the Pacific Ocean.

View the bridge from where only the locals see it!

Address:
Seal Rock Dr & El Camino Del Mar

Price:
FREE

 
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