Dogs on Leash Allowed, San Francisco

All Aboard

Lands End Located on the northwest edge of San Francisco, CA. Lands end is one of the most scenic trails San Francisco has to offer. From beaches, caves, and labyrinth there is never a dull moment. Lands End trail was a former railway line that carried passengers from downtown San Francisco until 1925 when a landslide closed the track.  It…

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East Bay, Off Leash Trails

Explosive Hike!

Point Pinole Regional Shoreline is 2,200 acre park that is located in Richmond, CA. Originally Point Pinole was the site where dynamites were manufactured during the old days by Giant Powder Company. Today Point Pinole Regional Park is operated by the East Bay Regional Park District. It offers a wide variety of trails and lots of picnic areas. Trail Information:…

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Dogs on Leash Allowed, Peninsula

Finding the Bay

Sweeney Ridge is a hilly 4.5 miles out and back hiking trail located in between San Bruno and Pacifica, CA with a summit reaching 1,200 ft. The Ridge is also the location of San Francisco Bay Discovery site in which the Portola expedition first sighted San Francisco Bay on November 4, 1769.   Trail Information: Trailhead is located at the…

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Off Leash Trails, San Francisco

Every Dog Owners Dream

Fort Funston is one of the best places to hang out with your dog and let them enjoy some off-leash time outdoors and enjoy the scenery. Fort Funston is located just south of Ocean Beach.  A popular dog park and the only park in the GGNRA that allows off-leash dogs.  From the big free parking lot, you will see wide…

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Dogs on Leash Allowed, San Francisco

San Francisco Urban Forest

Hidden in the busy streets of San Francisco, Mt. Davidson is is located a small urban forest filled will eucalyptus tree and coastal shrub within the neighborhood west portal, known as the highest peak in the city of San Francisco with an elevation of 928 ft. Aside from being the highest peak in the city,  it is also known for…

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Off Leash Trails, Tahoe

Echo Lakes Snowshoeing

If you are looking for beginners snowshoeing trail with a spectacular view,  Echo lakes will be highly recommended.  It is an easy hike with just a bit of a steep slope on the way back.  The trail to Echo Chalet is the actual road that is not plowed during the winter season. This Glacial lake is divided into two lakes,  Upper…

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Dogs on Leash Allowed, North Bay

Bolinas Ridge Trail

With a spectacular view of Point Reyes and Tomales Bay.  Bolinas Ridge trail is 11 miles of wide open rolling hills which is located along Sir Francis Drake Blvd. in Marin County CA.   Trail Information: Out and Back Trailhead is located along Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Most part of the trail is exposed to the sun. There are no restrooms…

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Dogs on Leash Allowed, North Bay

Mt. Tamalpais Watershed

If you live in Central and Southern Marin County,  chances are the water you consume comes from this reservoir.  Mt. Tamalpais Watershed is a part of Marin Municipal Water District that was formed in 1912 and it is considered as the oldest municipal water district in the state of California.   75 percent of the water that fills the lake comes…

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Off Leash Trails, Tahoe

Frog Lake via Carson Pass Backpacking

For winter backpacking newbies like us, this is a perfect place to learn and test ourself.  Short trip and not to technical. Frog Lake is part of the 105, 165 acre Mokelumne Wilderness located on Eldorado National Forest, Arnold, CA. Much of the landscape are formed by volcanic ridges and peaks. Frog lake is a small lake located about a mile…

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