Birdwatchers, hikers and history lovers – Mare Island has some of the most unexplored spots in the Bay Area, boasting beautiful views and historic World War II sights.
This challenging hike on Saturday, January 27 will take you through some of the most incredible wilderness views the East Bay Area has to offer.
The bluffs at the Golden Gate National Recreational Area are popular with hang gliders, hikers and dogs.
Located in the southwestern corner of San Francisco, Fort Funston’s 200-foot bluffs are a sight to see, whether you are hang gliding from them or watching from afar.
A hidden forest where you can experience the redwoods (and chaparrral and grasslands), without the crowds.