New Year’s Eve Exploration

From Greenbelt Alliance:

Saunter into 2010 by exploring some of San Francisco’s best walkways and vistas. Be prepared for some steep climbs and descents and many stairs. Stay after the hike to enjoy the midnight fireworks show.

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