Mt. Sutro-Twin Peaks
A Wild Hill in the Center of the City
Miles:     4.5
Hilliness, scale of 1-5:     5
Terrain:     Paved roads, dirt paths, some stairs
This hike starts near the eastern (inland) end of Golden Gate Park, climbs up through eucalyptus forests to the top of Mt. Sutro, then crosses the Clarendon saddle to Sutro Tower and the top of Twin Peaks. From there, we walk along the strangely rural eastern side of Twin Peaks and then back down to the park. A gentle approach to one of the highest points in the city. The Farnsworth Street steps / photo: Paula Barish
Farther up Farnsworth Street / photo: Paula Barish Nasturtiums beside the path above UCSF / photo: Paula Barish Near the chancellor's house / photo: Paula Barish
Ravine at Mt. Sutro / photo: Paula Barish Moon, eucalyptus, & tower on Twin Peaks / photo: Martha Shelley A path near Medical Center Way / photo: Paula Barish