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Golden Gate National Recreation Area
Sausalito, CA

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"Best view of San Francisco is from the Marin Headlands, just across the Golden Gate Bridge."  See More

"Show: Bottom of the Hill, The Fillmore, The Midway, or The Independent Hikes: Marin Headlands Views: Baker Beach Food: Yummy Yummy (vietnamese), San Wang Restaurant (Chinese), State Bird Provisions (american), Taqueria Cancun (mexican"  See More

"Hikes: Lands End; anything in the Marin Headlands"  See More

"Then drive back to the Vista Point to go up Marin Headlands to view the bridge from the top and to see the Army Battery fort and lighthouse; you can also see the mouth of the bay leading to great Pacific Ocean horizon."  See More

"Marin Headlands - This is just over the bridge on the north side, but it's definitely worth a trip out there - the views of the bridge are spectacular - definitely one of my favorite places."  See More

"Here are some suggestions for you: Ocean Beach and the Lands End Golden Gate Park Twin Peaks - see bridge to bridge views from one of SF's best vantage points Grand View Park Dolores Park Marin Headlands - I wrote a bit more about the Headlands here ."  See More

"Cross it and you'll enjoy the Marin Headlands covered in old cold war bunkers and hiking trails with views of the bay, Pacific, and San Fran."  See More

"Drive to the north side of the bridge and go to Marin Headlands - one of my favorite views of the bridge and a great place to take pictures"  See More

"She loves walking across the Golden Gate Bridge too and exploring the bunkers and hiking along the Marin Headlands."  See More

"You also get great views from Battery Spencer across the bridge in the Marin Headlands."  See More

"Marin Headlands : So much to see and do here - bike, hike, etc."  See More

"While on that side of the bridge, don't miss Marin Headlands for some good hikes and incredible views of the golden gate."  See More

"There are spectacular views of San Francisco, the Bay and some of the nearby Marin Headlands."  See More

"You'll have to bring the drink with you, but I vote for Marin Headlands."  See More

"When you get to the Marin Headlands, seek out the best spot for a photo."  See More

"My favorite spot for a sunrise photo of the Golden Gate Bridge is the Marin Headlands because you're looking east and will have not only the bridge but the San Francisco skyline in view (unless there's fog but that's beautiful, too)."  See More

"Marin Headlands I highly recommend crossing the bridge to visit the Marin Headlands - the somewhat hidden viewpoint is much better than either offered (and packed with tourists!"  See More

"If you are staying in the city and heading to Napa, I would definitely recommend stopping by Marin Headlands to get a great view of the bridge from the north side."  See More

"Some highlights in and around SF are Muir Woods National Monument, Golden Gate Park, Baker Beach, Lands End, Ferry Building Marketplace, Mount Tamalpais, Fort Point National Historic Site, Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco Chinatown, Dolores Park, Twin Peaks, Angel Island and Marin Headlands."  See More

"Find your way over to the Marin Headlands from there for the most breath taking view of the city."  See More

"Marin Headlands: A hilly peninsula with breathtaking views of Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco."  See More

"The Marin Headlands has a beautiful, unobstructed view of the city."  See More

"Rent a bike and ride to the top of the Marin Headlands 3."  See More

"Up in the North Bay, you've got Marin Headlands, Muir Woods National Monument, Stinson Beach, and the adorable towns of Tiburon and Sausalito."  See More

"The place I most enjoy the view is from the Marin Headlands."  See More

"In the middle of San Francisco Bay sits Angel Island State Park, offering spectacular views of the San Francisco skyline, the Marin Headlands and Mount Tamalpais."  See More

"Nomadic Matt forgot to mention to walk (or ride a bike) up to the Marin Headlands once you cross the Golden Gate Bridge for the best view of the city."  See More

"Marin Headlands has a spectacular view of San Francisco and the Golden Gate Bridge."  See More

"4) Explore Marin Headlands/Mount Tamalpais area."  See More

"There's also the obvious Marin Headlands, but the hiking and bike trails are great attractions, often missed by tourists (including Point Bonita Lighthouse)."  See More

"Stop at the Marin Headlands on the way back for amazing views of San Fran and the Golden Gate."  See More

"I also recommend hiking in the Marin Headlands on the other side of the Golden Gate Bridge."  See More

"If you want to do some hiking, I highly suggest going north of the Golden Gate Bridge to Marin Headlands."  See More

"If you're in very good biking shape bike to the top of the Marin Headlands / Hawk Hill, it's an incredible coastal ride on the back side of Hawk Hill Either on the bike ride or separately check out Crissy Field, there's a nice beach overlooking the bay there where people often kitesurf / windsurf."  See More

"It's going to be hard biking in the snow, but you can cruise down to Marin County which is just 3 hours south, and hit Mount Tamalpais State Park, China Camp State Park, Marin Headlands, Tamarancho Camp & Flow Trail."  See More

"The old forts at Fort Point National Historic Site and the Marin Headlands are both fun to walk around."  See More

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