Marta Haftek

San Francisco

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  1. Butano State Park - Backpacking/Camping

    San Francisco

    Hidden within a redwood-filled canyon, Butano State Park is easily one of the most quiet and remote state parks on the peninsula.

  2. Montara Mountain - McNee Ranch State Park

    San Francisco

    Epic views of the ocean and peninsula for folks craving an outdoor workout near to the city.

  3. Alamere Falls

    San Francisco

    Alamere Falls is a dramatic 40-ft tidefall which pours its waters into the waves of the Pacific Ocean. The hike to get here offers countless spring wildflowers, wide ocean views, gray whale watching opportunities, and access to both Bass and Pelican Lakes.

  4. Mount Diablo State Park - Camping

    San Francisco

    Mount Diablo has got it all: hiking, cycling, and family camping.

  5. Mount Diablo State Park - Hiking

    San Francisco

    Visible from all directions of the Bay Area, the prominent Mount Diablo (3,849 feet) beckons visitors to traverse its ridgelines and admire its far-reaching panoramic views.

  6. Mount Sutro Open Space Reserve - Trail Running

    San Francisco

    Trail Running Mount Sutro Open Space Reserve

  7. San Bruno Mountain State Park - Hiking

    San Francisco

    Located at northern terminus of the Santa Cruz Mountains, San Bruno State Park is the one of the last places to experience the peninsula’s native habitat before human development. Views of the Bay Area abound.

  8. Sigmund Stern Recreation Grove

    San Francisco

    A peaceful oasis within the city where you can clear your head and inhale the scent of pine and eucalyptus.

  9. Dias Ridge and Redwood Creek Loop - Hiking

    San Francisco

    Just to the north of the city, this 6-mile loop has it all: beach relaxation, ridge top ocean views, and tavern time. To fully enjoy the hike, as well as the rest spots, allot a whole day for this adventure.

  10. Lands End

    San Francisco

    Spend a morning running through the fog and filtered sunlight at Land's End. You won't be disappointed.

  11. Point Lobos State Natural Reserve

    San Francisco

    Offering romantic ocean vistas, contoured and rocky shores, colorful trees and wildflowers, and plentiful opportunities to see wildlife, it is no wonder Point Lobos is aptly named the crown jewel of the California state park system. All these wonders lie at your fingertips a couple hours’ drive south of San Francisco.

  12. Asilomar State Beach - Trail Running

    San Francisco

    If you are visiting the Monterey Peninsula then Asilomar State Beach is a must-do. Simply park your car on Sunset Drive and step out onto the area’s well-maintained footpaths and boardwalks. The sea air and natural coastal scenery are an immediate reward.

  13. Henry W. Coe State Park - Hiking

    San Francisco

    Boasting the title of largest state park in northern California, Henry W. Coe State Park encompasses 87,000 acres of varied and largely undeveloped landscape: rolling hills, both narrow and wide valleys, high ridges, deep canyons, broad plateaus, along with gently flowing streams, vast grasslands, and thick woods.

  14. Heron’s Head Park - Hiking

    San Francisco

    Located on the grounds of a failed pier project, Heron’s Head Park is a bird watcher’s paradise.

  15. Bean Hollow State Park - Hiking

    San Francisco

    With two intimate beaches and plentiful tidepools to wander, Bean Hollow State Park is a relaxing destination about an hour’s drive from San Francisco.