One of the biggest things I love about living in the Bay Area is that we’ve got so many beautiful, natural scenery all around us. Although I live in the South Bay, I don’t have to drive out much to find a place that will remind me of how amazing Mother Nature can be. Even through the fog, it’s hard to dismiss the beauty of the view of the Golden Gate bridge.
A lot of people recommended the Land’s End Trail for a light hike so I decided to check it out on a hazy Saturday morning. It was a decision well-made, the view of the ocean and the Golden Gate Bridge were stunning and the lush greenery along the trail was a nice reminder that San Francisco has not turned into a complete, concrete jungle.
We started near the Sutro Baths and jogged/walked until the the end of the trail near the Golden Gate bridge. The haze was pretty heavy in the morning but as we walked along the path, it started clearing up to reveal the view everyone falls in love with. The photos taken via my iPhone doesn’t do it justice but you’ve got the hint of all the different colors you’ll run into during this hike.