Walk San Francisco Peak2Peak Walk

“Want a challenge? Sign-up for this year’s Peak to Peak Walk, a 15-mile trek up and down SF’s highest peaks. Walkers get a unique view of SF’s skyline, stairways, paths, parks, and monuments – all while raising money for Walk SF’s vital pedestrian safety and advocacy work. Breakfast, lunch, snacks, raffle prizes, and a year’s membership in Walk SF included in the registration fee. Special Low Price this year!”

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Sign Up for Walk SF’s Annual Peak2Peak Walk This Sunday

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Walk San Francisco’s seventh annual Peak2Peak Walk this Sunday promises to be an exciting adventure through the spine of the city.  The walk starts at West Portal, where participants will embark on a 12-mile, 15-peak journey from Mount Davidson to Coit Tower: You’ll cross the city over wide sidewalks, dirt trails, hidden stairways, and take […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week, stand up for parking reform on Tuesday, sit down for a talk about Time Square’s lawn chairs on Thursday, and stand up again for the Walk SF Peak2Peak Walk on Saturday! Here are the week’s highlights. Monday: SFBC Treehouse Talk: Driven to Excess. Josh Hart, former Program Director of the SFBC, is back […]

WalkSF: Peak2Peak Walk 2012

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From WalkSF: 14 miles. 10 peaks. This is not your ordinary walk in the park. See the city like never before! On Peak2Peak, you’ll discover hidden stairways and explore new paths while supporting Walk SF’s work to make San Francisco a safer, more pleasant place for you to walk every day. REGISTER TODAY Image: Wendy MacNaughton, wendymacnaughton.com […]

This Week: No Bike Ban on BART This Friday

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This Friday, BART begins its test removal of bike blackout periods through each Friday in August. SPUR also tours the alleyways of downtown, the SF Bike Party heads to Twin Peaks, and Sunday Streets returns to the Mission one last time this year. Here are all the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: SF Board of Supervisors […]

Today’s Headlines

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Bay Citizen’s Scott James Tries to Drum Up Opposition to Fell and Oak Bikeways Several BART Directors Frustrated by Pace of Shooting Investigation (SF Examiner, Bay Citizen) KALW Asks Why SF’s Streets Are So Dangerous to Walk Street Repair Bond Clears Key Hurdle Towards November Ballot (CBS 5) More Details on Yesterday’s Crash at Octavia and […]