Greenbelt Alliance: San Francisco Urban Hike

From Greenbelt Alliance:

Enjoy coastal views while exploring what San Francisco offers the urban hiker on this 10-mile route beginning at Embarcadero and ending at Ocean Beach. Optional post-hike pub stop after the hike. This outing is co-sponsored with the Sierra Club Hiking Group.

No Reservations Needed.  If you have questions about this outing, please contact leader Bob Solotar at (510) 525-2110, or bob_solotar [at] hotmail [dot] com.

Cancellation: Any rain cancels.

Bring: Snack or lunch, weather-appropriate clothing, $ for return by bus or streetcar.

Meet: 10:00 am Justin Herman Plaza (Embarcadero Center), by the Hyatt Regency stairway. Directions: Take BART or Muni to the Embarcadero Station.

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