Bike ride July 14

Join us for a bike ride on the Crosstown Trail. This time we’ll ride Southbound. Start at the Lands End Visitor Center, then pass through GGNRA, Park Presidio Greenway, Golden Gate Park, Golden Gate Heights, Laguna Honda Community Trails, College Hill, McLaren Park, the Visitacion Valley Greenway, Little Hollywood, Candlestick State Recreation Area, and more.… Continue reading Bike ride July 14

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Side trip: the Endangered Garden

The Crosstown Trail’s southern terminus is at the Sunrise Point fishing pier inside Candlestick Point State Recreation Area. This little-known park is worth exploring. If you’re willing to take a slight detour, you can visit the Endangered Garden, a concrete promenade created by public artist Patricia Johanson that pays tribute to the endangered San Francisco… Continue reading Side trip: the Endangered Garden

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July 21 hike: Mountain Lake Park to Glen Park BART

Join us for an 8-mile hike along a particularly scenic and varied stretch of the Crosstown Trail, from Mountain Lake Park in the Richmond to Glen Park BART. Sights include the Park Presidio Greenway, Stow Lake in Golden Gate Park, tiled stairways and the Green Hairstreak Corridor ecological restoration in Golden Gate Heights, Laguna Honda… Continue reading July 21 hike: Mountain Lake Park to Glen Park BART

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Improve the Crosstown Trail (2nd Saturday)

The Crosstown Trail crosses the Laguna Honda Community Trail System. Join the SF Urban Riders monthly trail work party to improve the trail. 9AM Saturday 6/8 (and 7/13, etc.) at the container near the top of Laguna Honda Hospital and Rehabilitation Center.

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Commemorative T-Shirts

We still have a few commemorative Crosstown Trail T-shirts! Buying a T-shirt is one way you can support the new trail. Please drop us a message (email crosstowntrail@gmail) if you would like a shirt — treat yourself or make it a gift .

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Getting to Candlestick Point

Candlestick Point State Recreation Area is the southeastern most point of the trail, and also the most remote trail head to reach, at least by urban standards. Here are some hints on public transit, walking, bicycling, and even by car. Public Transit Most sections of the 17-mile Crosstown Trail are easily accessible from public transit.… Continue reading Getting to Candlestick Point